The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 1, 1935
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).

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Homestead leader
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University ,.atlon

I 0,1111 11TE_' "L''' ]EADER- DAVIE Pn ISE. j


TO ASK U.S, TO To Hurls Check Bucket Negro of Bad Water Alan:(BROOM PLANT I 14 I! Cotindlmen From Bond Return Conference''HOMESTEAD' ] IN

Threatened with a pistol by a''' The results of a conference held

MARK CANALS disgruntled negro laborer last Saturday 'ERECTS BARNS';, ta Jacksonville Wednesday be- FIGHT TO KEEP
<< afternoon Albert Cave, tween representative' of majority -
contractor who I* erecting a home bond holders of the city of
for Harry Cooper on N. W. Sixthstreet Homestead and four members (a

WITH LIGHTSNight saved himself from possible AT PRINCETON majority) of the Homestead city FIRE ENGINEVet
death or Injury by throwing on the : council will be reported at a special
negro a bucket of water which he I, meeting of the council to beheld
WM about to empty Into a con i this afternoon nr tonight I Ii

Hazards to Boat- crete mixer. j Miami Company Buvs 10-( !i The councilmen making the trip Truck to Stay Here
Cited The would-be assailant fled and: !! were Frank L. Skill T. E. Kirby ,
men by Behrens at
Acre Tract as Site Only If Need Greater
i Henry Brooker, Jr. and A. I
---of all places to choose-hid lathe : J.1
R. D. I. A. Meeting garage of Deputy Sheriff Tom I for Buildings I Ii I Campbell. They lucre accompanied | That Key West's ;

Vann, who caught him and turned i by Ctty Engineer E. L.:I I -

:ANNUAL ELECTION him over to Constable Joe Scar- HAD 300 ACRES CORN ;I! Hook Jr I I: ISLAND GOT MATE TO '
borough. Wednesday in criminal Member of the delegation to
court, to which he was bound overt Jacksonville appeared hopeful j[I
a preliminary hearing before over the eventual outcome of the],
:Miami Civic Leaders and Justice of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick Planting Already Started |conference but they would not I j; Protection of Groves and

Publicity Director Saturday afternoon the Demand for I speak for publication before the Royal Palm Park
Again '
Make Talks netted; Lon Maddox, was sentencedby as !report had been presented beforea i
Judge Ben WlUard to three Output'Grows meeting of the whole council II i i I Would End ,
years In jail. 'I I i -
The placing o( lights at the entrance i The tint of several barns for ', It Homestead can convince tl-e
Maddox was operating the con- ,| ::
of South Dads' canals FEAR CANAL 100i I I
so Florida Relief Administration
I I' Emergency -
crete mixer and Mr. Caves took the drying of broom corn grown '
that boats seeking them at nighton that this Is in
him to task about some detail of by the Miami Broom Co. on the i
Biscayne Bay can make their the work. When the contractor East Glade and South AUapattah ':FEET DEEP MIL I i dire need of the fire engine which ; "
\vsjr In without"the danger of 'the Homestead fire department
returned from Gardens areas is being erected at
overseeing some
going aground, wilt be asked of I{ salvaged from
the Veterans' Rehabilitation
other part of the Job the mixer: Princeton on a ten-acre tract on i -
the federal government by a committee was running with no one attendingto Coconut Palm drive one-fourth I CUT WATER FLOWSouth \ I Camps on Matecumbe \s
appointed at
meeting-of after the Labor
da it While Mr. Caves war tending mile east of the Dixie Highway Day ,
Redland District Improve- the machine himself, Maddox The site was purchased from Mrs. I the engine may be left here Indefinitely J
ment AssoclationJUonday night in reappeared gun In hand. C. N. Henderson of Princeton. I Florida Has Reason:: as was the understanding \ ,
:RedJand Farm Life School audi. with FERA official
before salvaging
torium. The Miami Broom Co; had 300 :, to Ask! Investigation 'i, {
,. of the truck was undertaken -
henry Behrens lot Princeton, I acres of broom corn under cultivation Says Robillard j, Homeitrad's need of the .
in South Dade this summer
whO said that It was practically I i apparatus, must be more dire than \ .
R J. Nolan president Impossible for boatmen not familiar If the cross-state canal Is to be a I Ii that of Key Welt, however, or the I :
with the location 10f the FOR PLAY IN CITY I' ing houses, said. Up and to the canning present sheds, pack In i sea-level canal, it will have to be I I'I engine will be assigned t.+ tho
canals to tlndt: tberq at nisi t, was dug 100 feet deep most of the way, Island City to keep company with :
the area have been utilized as
appointed chairman of the com 'with great possibility that It will I I Its twin, which went to Key West
barns with the
drying but growth
mittee. I > BASKETJEAGUE of the broom company's operations I'I cut off South Florida's water supply !I i without ever Mopping at the vet-
President W "W Johnston' appolnted. : said J. Harvey Robillard of trans' camps for which both were
It has been deemed advisable to I
a, committee tea suggest i and purchased by the Ftft A.
start construction of Its own barns j
22 nominees for the board of 11 .sp<>pso Qr..Glr T.eaJX1&, i f:1iit8fitr: I rhJUa the nBA f'e
.Durin..ffetlft *
directors to WTtRtHl'''t'irnnftKdual latUa.j, a ted"Io be traMftor1'f'4: '
meeting on Nov. lOn the invited Meeting company has grown Us raw materials I Club of the Redland District Tues I to Key WeitTes) Dec. 15, because,
committee'are'B.'W.; Morris;, Harry n Wednesday in-this-section lh 'brown1,day night Administrator Conrad Van Hya
Heely and Wm. Dunlop. corn crop has been planted on the "We don't know what amount 'ing wrote Mayor P. B. Bird on 1
The Redland District was described heels of the potato crop, with harvesting II I of damage this canal will do yet," ''Oct, S, the fire engine had been
Five teams will be entered In a \
taking place in midsummer 1
at the "finest rural residential said Mr. Robillard. "Various or- previously committed to Key West
city basketball league as the redult -
district in America" by providing employment for I I. ganization In South Florida have by his predecessor
prominent Miami speakers, who of a pre-orgttnUatlon meetingheld' farm laborers during the offseaIson. contacted the President and asked I|I Mayor Bird wrote an Immediate i
included W. L. Dickwn president Wednesday night In' the To Insure : reserve supply:(' him to have engineers ascertain 'reply, to the administrator and alee )
Homestead at
school gymnasium
of the Miami Junior Chamber of ot material for u. increasing trade ]|I what effect this canal 1* going to I II |ought the Intercession of Governor f
the call of City Recreation DI-
Commerce. Hays Wood vice-pres of the company: however plantIng have on our water supply, for' SholU in I behalf of Homestead. ; :
J. Blcler. The teams
ident of the Florida Junior Chamber rector Theo of broom corn Is already under II I geologist have said that a canal I tn both letters he informed the )
to be entered will be sponsored by
of Commerce and Judge A. B. Brooker Lumber CO.. Walton Nurseries way. .,' 100 feet deep a* this will have to I officials that one of the city' two
Small, president of the Riverside W. D. Horn Co., P. J.: Mr. Nolan said that many per-I be, will cut through the limestone' fire engines had recently been destroyed \
Improvement Association. They son approach him with rock through' which flow the) wat- by fire caused by shifting ;
Franklin and the Homestead Future -
offered their co-operation in any Farmer growing broom corn To them he I er w* get down here." ,, winds, outside the city limits I
movement for the development ot Issues the warning that they must The constitution of the United'|S and that the city had received no- j
the Redland District A meeting will be held again have facilities for drying and storIng States provide that no state can ,Hce from the Southeastern Underwriters I
Plans for a booklet and other next Wednesday night in the school the straw or they risk losing : be divided Into two separate states Association that unlna r

forms of publicity advertising the gym to complete organization of their entire investment In the without the consent of the state, new equipment was secured: fire I
agricultural attractions of Dads the' men's league and to consider crop. Mr. Robillard said In mentioningthat Insurance! in Homestead would be :;
County were outlined to the association organization of a girls' league of ,I division of Florid Into South j given a big revision upward because -

by Frank Bell, recently en- two to four teams. All prospective W. R. Bird Will Not Run Florida and the state of North I of the Inadequacy of protection ., f
gaged tor this work by the county sponsors of girls' teams are invlt- Florida had been prominently !' afforded by only' one firefighting -
commissioner (Continued on Fat Twelve) For Office of MayorW. I I discussed and considered as a unit

i result of the geographical division -:I The result was a letter from i iI i
Available K Bird this week Issued the :, that would be brought about I Mr. Van Hyning. dated 04t If, sin
I Limited Number of Plants following statement denying that by the cross-state canal i which he laid that he had dii- i

he would be a candidate for mayorof I,I "There I I. considerable sound 'cussed the. matter with Governor i
To Public at Local Experiment StationThe Homestead: argument on both sides of that'I I SholU. ;
"There ire rumors that I wouldbe I (Continued on Page Eleven) (Continued rr..., 'r.-

Subtropical Experiment: da Key a candidate for mayor subject '
Station has few plant available : Eugenia Jambolnna (Jambolan to the will of the caucus. To those !
for distribution to Interested persons plum); tree, handsome foliage and ot my friends who have promisedme Returned Delegates Report Sunday tl

It was.announced yesterday. fine fruit for Jellies. their support, if I should get In J JI
On Townsend ConventionReturned
Those Interested are requested to Eugenia: unifiers (Surinam the race, I wish to extend my sincere Gigantic

call at the station between the I cherry black); shrub, ornamentaland thanks, but I wish to state
hours of 10 and It on Monday, useful for fruit. definitely at this time that I will delegates who In telegrams delegates Movement men widespread -
Tuesday and Wednesday morningsof '' Jatropha curcas (physic nut or not be a candidate for mayor. I "back home" described the' than can be imagined Predicted -
next week. barbados nut); shrub or small tree,' "Duo to the demands of my convention of Townsend Clubs at will become national' law
The list of plants available follows -' handsome foliage Interesting nut- business I would be unable to give Chicago "the greatest convention Greatest cross-section representation -
together with a few notes like fruit. the proper time to the duties which I tn size ever mobilized for human ever assembled for relief to
regarding their characteristics: 1 Ocotea catetbyana (lancewood); go with the mayor's office and for needs', will report to the Homestead bewildered nation. Plan to Hound.
Baryxylum braslllense; tree for tree, related to avocado, handsome that reason cannot enter the race." I i and Redland Townsend Delegates an her election near
ornament and timber. foliage, native to South Florida. II I I Clubs at a Joint cession to be held our answer. Voting member yet

Bin orellana, (lipstick shrub); Passman edulls (purple gram- I.O.O.F. Here 17 Years m the Neva King Cooper School But lots more." n'i
shrub, ornamental and source of Wine or psailon-fruM); vine ram: I auditorium at I p. m. Sunday. The i The next day, Oct. 28. J. E McCauley -
annatto dye. ;* pant grower ornamental foliage Plans Birthday Party I delegates, who returned Wednesday Townsend vicepresidentfor
Cecropla palmata (trumpet and flowers, edible fruit I were T. D. Plch, Mayor P. 1 South Dade received the following
tree); curious and ornamental. Prosopls Jullflor (algaroba mesquite A special called meeting of the B. Bird and the Rev. C. N. Walk- i telegram signed by 'Bird,
with fruit ); tree or shrub, pod make Homestead lodge ot the I.O.O.F. I Walker Pica*":
Chrysophyllum ollvseforme (sat- excellent fodder flower make will be held tonight at I o'clockIn er.That they have plenty to ten Greatest convention In size

Inkaf); shrub or small tree) with fine honey. .tho Odd Fellow hall to discuss about the convention was indicated 'I ever mobilized for human needs. 1
beautiful foliage, jiative to Florida Spondlas cytherea (ambarella Tans for a birthday party for the In telegram from them With ninety days' diligent work y
Keys OtahelU apple); tree with interesting lodge on November IS. the 17th which were read at a Joint meetIng for new members predicted plan
Gerodendron fallaX; shrub foliage and edible fruits. anniversary of its founding. of the two local clubs last will be national law. No alters

beautiful red flowers. Theobroma cacao (cacao); tree After conferring the third degree Sunday.On : tion amount of pension will ever
Coccptobls Laurifolla (pigeon- small producing chocolate and on Lewis Aldrich Jr. of Oct. 25 Mayor Bird wired be acceptable. Ministers doctors, i

plum); tree handsome foliage, native cocoa. Very tender to .told and Florida City Tuesday night, the t: p. Roberts president of theHomestead lawyers, COIJreIIlMD-peopie InaU
to South Florida. needs shade.Terminalia. lodge was adjourned and the meetIng Townsend Club, as fol-i walks ot life acclaim plan
Crescent cujete (calabash arjuna; trod of large of District 13. which comprises lows: savior of a bewildered nation. You
tree): fin for shade, curious size related to the tropical almond; the lodges 'in Hialeah, Coconut "Greatest convention eves ..- get audience We have ammunition
and,useful fruit native to Flort- On shade tree. Grove and Homestead, was btld. aemllJod. Seven to ten thousand for conversion."



e Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday November 1. l!)35.


18 BASKETBALL--- Mrs. Bow Chosen Head of Business ;271 FAMILIES I II IN I County Clearing Ready Blind to Resume CornersWork

j on moving trees from

i! A Hustn*** and Professional Mrs. Collier, who at the pre-or- blind corner to other location
FOR IULS. SQUADBleier W_' ub was organised In ganixation meeting had been appointed on the same property halted dues "
Homestead Wednesday evening at to Investigate the poesl- Ing the dry season, will be ,
I a meeting attended by Mrs. Vina bllity of getting a WPA teacher' a* won a* definite permisiioa "

Drills Boys in Defense M. Bettorley of HIaleah. district for a clan In Spanish reportedthat President Reports 90 Per I for transplanting the tree ha*
director and fourteen members of a teacher could be obtained been obtained from the propertyowners
and Footwork the Coral Gable and Miami Business if the claw' had a* many .* Cent Enrollment of according to a recent let. .
This Week I and Professional Clubs. This fifteen regular members. ParentsThe ter received by local workers in tl

meeting like the preliminary Mrs. Betterley said that the the blind comer elimination drl,. ,:I
Aa It-game schedule bas been meeting last week was held In other clubs of District Eight fan from A. D. Barnes, superintendentof '
arranged for the Homestead High the Hotel Redland.Mrs. Homestead P.-T. A. now county parks..
Coral Cable,
Florida are: Miami. of 271 I it,
School basketball teun'l 1933-16 I L. L. Bow, municipal librarian Hialeah, Fort Lauderdale West baa a paid Work wa stopped In the dry ;
J. DyaU president -
season. Coach Thee J. Bleier announced wa elected to bead the Palm Beach Lake Worth Pahokee familial Mr*association E. reportedyesterday. season when one property own} '%]j

this week. organisation. Mrs. B. F. Collier and Everglade There are 38 of the. A the number of refused to let the county move the
The squad has been drilled this I is first vice-president; Mrs. Cma club In the state she said and this tree on the corner he had dedicated
Is ,
week! in defense and footwork, Stewart, second vice-president; 14M dubs In the United State families In the school of 90 unless the foreman In charge '?4
something with which no Homestead Mrs. A. C. Easton. secretary; and Twenty-one countries are repre- mean a paid of the work would promise to keep f'
"* team has bad more than Miss Lucille Bevls, treasurer. Mrs. sented In the International or percent, she laid. Last year' them watered. Since It would be
a passing acquaintance for a Lamar Dickinson was made poet ganisation."The membership wa 1M. The county Impracticable or impossible for
number of ,"n.schedule laureate. council will give a cup to the association the county to keep such a promise I
c organization endeavor to with the highest membership -
Th la u follows: Mrs. Ben Archer. Mrs. Don the work wa discontinued
the interests of bull.- .
Ntn 28H. H S. Alumni at Ferreyra and Mrs. Flora D. My promote percentage.Membership With rain now frequent. Mr. ;
and professional women", the said
will be mailed -
ncitcad. ers were named a* a committee to cards I Barnes has submitted a list of It
"and to create in its member a
c Dot Redland at Homestead. submit to the club a constitution a* won a* possible, Mrs. Oyallaid. dedicated corners from which
desire to understand the
Oct II-Radland at Redtond. and by-law whieh will conform social and political trends of the trees should be moved, and Chas.
Ore 17-Deln, Beach at Homestead to the requirements of the national Four Homestead room have I Pratt, general chairman of the
organization. times. 100 per cent membership This|I blind corner drive, will seek the
See 19 -Redland (location un- Business meeting are scheduled The ten-year objective of thn has been secured by the followingroom ,specific consent of property owners -
dec ,ided) for the third Friday evening of organization and the various advantages -' mothen: Mrs. W. K. Wal- to the transplanting without +
Jan 7-Ida M. Fisher *t Homestead each month aM'aocIa1 meetingsfor of membership wen discussed ton and Mrs. T. D. Fiche of Frank obligating the county to keep the
the first Frida,evening Mr by the other visitors: MrsElizabeth Lucas' room; Mrs. J. A. Campbell I tree watered after the transplantIng -
Jan 10.-Lske Worth at Lake Bow's home Mt ,kekkted a* ,p Barnard of Miami, past and Mrs. B. E. Catlln of Miss ha been effected.
state president and past national
Worth (tentative). temporary mtetMg place. Eleanor Hayden's room; Mr J.
Jan. 14-Miami High at Miami vice-president. President InezHenderson H. Webster and Mrs. H. P. Mc-
State Finance Chair- I
gHifh.H Daniel of Mrs. Carl Field's room;
Jan. 17-Mlami Edison at Homestead man Fay H. Sherman Dr. and Mrs. A. F Arthur. Mrs. G. M.I '1 1I
Housing Hints Adele Hampton and Miss Clarissa Frick and Mrs. J. E. Gsuzens of
Green of the Miami Club and President -
Jan. 21-Danla at Danla (tentative Mrs. Margaret Becker's room.
). Edythe Harrison Mrs. Onl Mrs. J. W. English I* member- PALM
Deeerativ PlasterIff Cauley, Mrs. Leila Thornton, Mrs.Edna .
Jan. 24-Ida M.Fisher at Homestead ship chairman.
you are building a new house Folsom, Miss Peg Manning,I I E
Jan. 31-Ponce de Leon at or remodeling an old one. Investigate Miss Carolyn Straight, Mia Mar-
Ponce de Leon. the possibilities of decorative'Jorie Hawley, Miss Susan Pullen THE WEATHER
and Miss Man Shiskln of the 1 Yi.
Feb. 4---Miami High at Home I plaster over mantels.
stead. I Often a picture over the fireplace Coral Cable club.
Feb. 1 Dania at Homestead will overbalance the wall Telegram of congratulation Off (tentative). An attractive design in relief left and welcome from the state president aaNi.a. p, t.d norw.
Feb. 11-Lake Worth at Lake the same color a* the remainder and other state officer were Mi. .
Worth (tentative). of the walls, win add Interest to read. Dew I''T'.I T..a} %. I I....

Feb. If-Mlamlldlaon at Miami the space above the fireplace, but The Homestead group consisted lit 2S IS 30.0e .os GeneralPublic

Edlaon. win not overemphasize It. Of: Mrs. Bow, Mrs. V. M. Gren- Oct. 28 --I, II I" S0.18 .03
Feb. It-Dehrar Beach at Del- Many ..ttraltlve1I'IeI are nell Mrs. Wm. Johns, Mr*. G. W. Oct. 17 __ 3 Utilities
ray Beach. executed for this purpose. Amongthe Dusenbury, Mrs. Collier, Met r.rere. ,.- Oct. .. 30.11
Feb. 21-Ponce de Leon at Interesting subjects used Ina Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs.Easton. Oct ;: .: -- : I :: 30.13OcL : litewaseesd r.-e tte6-M

Homestead modem room wa a relief map Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Ferrevn, Mrs.Archer _.
of the state In which the house aI --- 61 I 67 30.1.
.. and Miss Ines Bevls. Oc t. __ .05
located. .. I
Gillaspies Critically wa : '

Injured in 3-Car Crash EJtebcB Closet

Add an appliance closet In the J
J. W. Glllaspie. who come to
kitchen. the smaller me-
South Dade County winterto
every .
chanical equipment -
operate tomato canning factor- .,
toasters waffle Iron ete be
lei In Florida City, Princeton and The Fertilizer That
placed on helve designed to accommodate -
South Miami was Injured seriously them.
nil A. W.
son CUlaspie wa
Paint the interior of the closet
injured critically: and Mr A. W.
I color which contrast with the
Ctllaspi suffered a fractured spine main kitchen waU color.
In a three-way automobile crash
near Pulaskl, Va., on Oct 20. A
Attractive Closets
14-month-old baby of the youngGillasple MOLD20a
Make bedroom closet more attractive -
scratches. couple escaped with by painting the Interiors
a color which will contrast with the
According to newspaper accounts main color in the bedroom. With
W. GillasDle, who 1* bedroom In which
J' a blue-green
mayor Bedford. V*., his hometown predominate use a warm nut When Put in the Soil
,suffered to head
Injuries ,leg
tone. Piiint the Inside of the closet -
and now and was unconscious for door the same rust tone and it
many hour after the accident.
will add an Interesting color
His ton wa suffering from a brain
change to the bedroom when the
Injury closet door I* opened.

way The back CUlaiple from East were Tennessee.on their/ Shoe Finish racks aU,accessories shelve, cupboards to match., Redland Brand Fertilizers contain materials that

According to officer who investigated -

the wreck the CUlaspie car etc.*. The Enamel smooth plain surface wooden makes hanger It- the plant needs. The materials that go in our mixtures ,
was approaching one driven by
easier to slip garment on and oft

James third car Miller, owned of by Pulaskl James when H. Suit a, the hanger carry all of the 21 elements necessary for normal plant

of Wythevlll, struck the Glllaspl

car and the three machine piledup growth plus the bacteria to make the
In a mass of wreckage. GUARANTEEDUSED necessary plant

DOROTHY AT STETSON COX HONORED! CARSat food available. Notice the crops where Redland Brand

Dorothy Cox, daughter of Chat. -
A. Cox of Redland has been elected the lowest possible Fertilizers are used.
vlct-pretident of the freshman

clan of Stetson University, according
prices. See us for terms
to word Just received
her The class has 200 students

la It. Lawrence Bros.
Mia' Cox was graduated from

Redland High School last June. | t Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. '

Annie Mayliew FitzpatrickGraduate I MANUFACTURERS .


Oberlin Conservatory and Royal I Redland Brand Fertilizer

Conservatory of Leipzig MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS PHONE 16 .


Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 J : I



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.. .. November 1. 1935. THE ENTERPRISE Page Three_ [j

New Dodge Features pwpeUor Shan type, t* pnwUed.Driving oootrol fta atlsae without dspeH*. \,*M. attend* to whatever eertuMr -
I Air-Styled ease of the new ..1 Ing on the Mtteftt or skin CIt S I I NtisMrtg" to neceaaary. The
Beauty Comfort I la further realised through Inatano an ..... '-" of advancing or retarding the I
; Economy, Safety matic feature performing : maine woke, Incorporating a *.>-
la the new model presented by!
mountings permit the placing of
the Dodge: Division of ebryelerCaquiatloo ..
the engine low In the frame ao -
the company1! de- that there it
practically a straight-
algoerg. engineer Mid body stylMa -I line drive from the engine to the
have quit evidently outdone rear auto, with the engine oscillating I THE NEW 1936
creation I on a line which fern the
a new of can em
combined center of weight and ,
phasising the qualities of outward I mars of the power plant. The actual -
charm and Inherent value mounting surfaces are of special I
Viewing the 1931 Dodge from live rubber applied la such away DODGE and PLYMOUTH
the front, one become
Impressed that the natural engine reactions -
! by the gracefully tapering lines: due to power impulses are
of the radiator grille to which a absorbed by the rubber Instead of
I raised center atctloa gives a Gothic I being transmitted to the car and "Only a FEW dollars more than the I
effect: of classic beauty. II* occupant
Hood line" fender contour, The Sft 4H to. Dodge engine LOWEST priced cflr"
catwalk* which bridge the fenders -
I develops 8T horsepower with M
and hood and carry the horn to 1 compression A detail worthy, 1936 PLYMOUTH PRICESDe
grille la which
j the radiator
pattern of special mention la the mannerIn

lined I II repeated miniature, air- which the combustion spaces of Luxe Coupe ........................................$580.
I en of windshields which are made the to lower follow corn-the the cylinder the Indrawn head fuel are mixture shaped togive I De Luxe Coupe With Rumble set ......- 620.

cowl line, I ......... .. .. .. 660.I .
I refined body size. rear I whirling motion that result la De Luxe 4-Door Sedan ... .. .. ..
j quarter and root*-pment an ensemble perfect Ignition and complete con De Luxe 2-Door Sedan ......... ... -.....,... 625.
! elegance of racy power slenderness and speed.Indicating version of the fuel Into power. I I De Luxe 4-DoorSd With Tl11b" ........ 6SO.

\ Beneath the distinctive trim of I The asbestoes-lined cluth of the De Luxe 2-Door Sedan With TnHk........ 643. I

I the bt bent new Dodge bodies, the motor- new Dodge hub In Incorporate which spiral a springs cushioned -I/I Standard Business Coupe ........................ 510.

II find much on to mechanical Interact him research-an absorb the shocks arising from Standard 2-Door Sedan ............................ 513.
I Improved spring suspension that I,variation In power transmission. Standard 4-Door Sedan ................_......... 590. {
contribute .new element to the The clutch housing la ventilated
( Dodge air-glide ride, a new steering I I Hydraulic brakes, pioneered by 1936 DODGE PRICES
Dodge, are direct-acting, without
I steering geometry mechanism that from relieve road and the I Intervening servo-action. Front De Luxe Coupe ......................................$640. ;t
I wheel disturbances; an Improved and rear shoe of each brake are De Luxe Coupe With Rumble Seat ........ 695.

I nizes"ride the levelator"action of which the engaged different sire by ,hydraulic with the result piston that of,II I De Luxe 2-Door Sedan .............................. 695.De .
further strengthened aynChro-j; I I the rearward shoes exert the same I Luxe 4-Door Sedan ....... .. .. ....... 735. I
X-frame; a steel retarding force as the forward j i De Luxe 2-Door Sedan With Trunk....... 720. i
which makes Dodge safety steel shoes modified The for brake still shorter pedal has motion been De Luxe 4-Door Sedan With Trunk ........ 760.(
bodies structures of even greater
rigidity and safety.; automatic con-] and consequently quicker application -I All prices FOB factor
trol features both contributing still an-
that exempt the driver -
other element of ..tet,. In addition -
from many manual operationsfingertip ; to the four-wheel hydraulic, Buy Dodge and save six 55-gal barrel gasoline per year
a speed-changing mechanism I
,; genuine self-equalizing brakes, a parking brake, of the:
hydraulic brakes-and many other! I '
details.through which driving and CITY DRAY Homestead Motors Inc.
riding taae, safety and economy
are promoted to further HERMAN WATTS Prop. 506 S. KROME AYE Oppose Legion Hall
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Published Fridays at Hen*. .1
stead I1a.. by the toota Did DESCRIBES TOWXSEYD MEET BT Ants b U DOW UBHAK1AHl.maiRT 171 Little '
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Editor: Uadr-EaUrprls:
BEN ARCHER EJJUr I have been asked to dsaerlb worse {I the strain I* over and a full and tJ Bird
the wonderful message delivered atari*. W.4MKSU Tk r I I complete copy; of that popular j
Entered as seemed class mill to our Homestead and Redland r.a+.r. hNa, -r': ; poem, "Casey at the Bat", has Told
antler Mares 5, lilt at the part Townsend Clubs last Sunday by ..t.... .. ..: 5-4. finally been located, and a brand Us
niiw at Homestead. F10 914. Mder a most wonderful man of proven I new copy of the little book containing -
the art of Much I. 1171.SfB. intelligence and experience, Dr.. Do you ever think you this poem has been acquired -
Jennings of Miami and of Dayton. like to run up to In the usual tactful way the n-
rtlCK. JIM A TEA Ohio, where he has been a practicing a few diplomat and see for j brarian employs: when she visit I That local business and professional '
physician for ever fiftyyesr self bar things la the book loving friends. She will have women rubbed their ey s
*. capital ant run? If It /laP to use some nor tact and somehow or cleaned their glasses Wednesday .
TIll: M'EW1IP.uwa: err:
To try to give just the-Important taanot get away from acquire a few more copies night when they noticed by the ,,,
I see .. man push his way through part would be Impossible be- horn long enough to I of "Huckleberry Finn". W* have hotel clock that the longer they: I:.
the lines cause U wa all so Important M y trip just read "The Uon's event copies of this book, all met the earlier grew the hour
Of cope. when the work of the I only regret I* that our editor was Janet Ayer Fill-bank. This more or lest worn but not enoughto .
fir* fiend shines." not present to fet the menage verbatim of the novel recently paid meet the demand. If :you are That Homestead
"The chief" I Inquire-but the aa he could not have given rental shelf. It I* said Mrs. not using your copy you might electric clocks,
fireman replies, the space in his valued paper to bank Is one of the l pass It on to the library. Some on a drunken spree of speed for
"Gee. no. That's one of thoM a more valued and appreciated most influential women libraries do not car for duplicates several weeks, are due to sober up
newspaper guys." message from anyone a* the many home town. Chicago but w* cannot get a. many duplicates shortly otUi.when the telechron regulator
who availed themselves of the i* a leading factor In liter. ef some book a* w* need and municipal electric k',2
I see a man start on the trail of rant opportunity win attest Nat and political life If I two of these books are "Tom Saw- light plant return from the factory y"
j crook Dr. Jenning1 message to our seems to be a familiar sound i I ,.rt" and "Huckleberry Finn", Pert where It wa seat for repairs
And he scorns the police but people on the Townsend piss and name It can be traced to the know'I t haps you can help us out. .
brings him to book. quotations from the most noted name Ayer, for she Is a .I. That quite a few Homestead
'Sherlock Helmet?" I Inquire ancient and modem writers and Margaret Ayer Barnes, I novel persons will be more cautious f'J
Someone scornfully cries: teacher proved the contention of prize winner, the :. !i the future when presented with 4'
"Sherlock HNo: he'. one of our great leader, Dr E. Towneend. whose novel 'Westward !j I! you should read, "Society and the I letters or petition to sign--cape.!
those newspaper guys." that youth It for work, and age for! read "To J. A. F Who ,i iTrail. Novel" by Allan Monkhouse. And cushy a certain red-haired young yX
leisure and counsel! This was .".J'h A. F has blazed I if you are Interested in Ethiopia lady who holds a place In the
I scr a man tit in the most of the amply born out by the wonderful trail novel, "The I these day then in the same magazine public eye. 7
great message which was brought to was a runner-up for the you will find "A Realist .
And they ask his advice upon maturs us by the T8-ysr-old physician. prize the same year Sinclair: Looks at Ethiopia" by Carlton S.
of itate. The following parody on the refused the award. Even Coon. That a certain local store which
"A diplomat surety." But to my Chicago Fair song, written by D. do not want to go to ,'I We have a little book "The Op has stocked up heavily on Infants' b
surprise. L. Pine of Homestead wa read at 1 even If you are not On. Car and Repair of Farm clothing must have Inside Information
Thev tell me "he'i one of those the meeting: ; 'Who's' Who" and why;, I i Machinery," which should prove of some sort.
newspaper guyi." TO THE CHICAGO TOWNSEND entey reeding "The Lion's helpful to some of our patrons .
DELEGATES and all other stories by this .. days. We an Indebted to "
And some day I'll stand by the t They went to Chicago to hear thegreat author you can find. Deere Moline, 111., for this Dixie That a certain employee: of the i '
Drug la a strong believer In ,
mite of If ,
gold /
you '
noise '
seemed f tr.adr: ra I love at first sight .1
And I
set a man pass through unquestioned And when they term -- r
got they met 4i
and bold. all the boy 'past week with "DISTRESS" j No person was ever honored for I !
"A ant I'll ask and SaintPele" 11 Who were getting ready for the ten all over her face I he received. Honor has been That, away, rARMACYIs A
reply Townsend Plan book after book, turning page reward for what h* ,av.- the way pharmacy ought to be 1,
"No. he' page, you will be glad to Coolidg '
only a plain, honest That will make a great feast forth spelled.
i in'wspaper guy." rest of the clan.
-Author Unknown Hurrah, boys HUM'a1bo .! W
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"Red" Grange Discusses i are all for the Townsend Plan. tm'fLOR IDA ..fI1ifLIHq1oc--1 I 1 : : -l a+, ; m I IrA

Football W* won't forget that In '30W
will be with Townsend to turn'
Tin mental and physical discipline the trlx
irf college football la valuable That will scatter the money concealed -
adtunce preparation| for business V the Dick
of fur a profession Is the observation That is part of the birthright! of
of Harold "Red" Grange, man.
great star of the American gridiron Hurrah boys! Hurrah, boys) W*
fur more than a decade are all for the Townsend Plan. Aosis
The player learns to compete, Our people should not miss; any I ;;
hr says In the current Rotarian of our Townsend Club meetings! WJ0il6Y/
Magazine, "and business today Is for they are lure of learning something
hard competition. He learns to of great value to all There t LO$ '1\.1
take nothing for granted, virtually never was a time in the historyof NV1 "
every youth who has participated our own nation when there was, KADI(;, NPIOtfK ora ""
In mjiunlzrd athletics has at sometime greater need for us to have everything \NOUS't' eNCN'O
or other been beaten or his possible that will bring the
term has been licked. because he, masses out of the slough of delpresslon I II SNAIr.:
or they held the opposition too that has been with UI'' M
lightly. much too long My admonition to a .
A defeat engendered by overconfidence I all is, don't fall to be at even !!
if a sound lesson valu- club meeting. You can't afford t<>i
able' lung after the game has been stay away.
forgotten by the fans. The i I J. E. McCAtrLSY I oN .
L.__._.-_ .--,. .ow_ .u....."'.._._...._......_..._..,tl. .me player< 4.- Homestead Oct. 29, 1935.- 'i
paclty of others And I believe
that any business man who reads New York's Pests I
this will agree that good, healthy
respect for the other fellow's ability Florida Is not the only
Is a fundamental of business that suffers from insect pI"1 tJ1 ltwa\kL1\
success. ". army of 400 men' Utilising\ '
"Red, who sine his college available weapons created "" 'uJ
days has reaped a golden reward chemical science I* engaged continuously .. 5D .w 1 ::1
aa a professional gridiron player In fighting Insect pests ''Y\RS1' 1'AN"'i
cite another real advantage of In New York City according to a CAR Of tC .
college football for later uses In survey just completed by the G: 'NNew tJiv .r0A2N6BV1bL
life in the training which a boy American Institute of Sanitation ""'PA.." 19 .
gets out llhe...... That. the This figure of 400 men Includes
knowledge that accomplishment only exterminating and fumigating
depend greatly upon organised effort contractor and their work-
by a group.Development. ssew. and doe not embrace persons
of that kind of I employed by hotels apartment i
spirit has practical value A boy houses, chain restaurants or
learns to gear his own ability la food warehouse who are engaged
with the abilities W other la i' full or part time In combatting insect -
the case of a like may he may get Infestation.
little newspaper credit But Ms Believe It or not there are ever IPL4)UIDA
is the satisfaction of a good Job 100 different Hypes: .
well don and the appreciation' of Her I* a partial list ants, (several 1
his coach and teammates; to him kind), bean weevils, bedbugs,
that Is ample repayment for every: book hoe, carpet beetles! centipede .
thing, (house variety). cheese skip.
"College football" he cmUnurhas *, 1 per, cigarette beetles, clothe -
! been called a character build moth (a kinds), cockroach, (I TB* RATTLKSMAK CANNEIT a Are dk4 the VuuwfactBr* of aQtI- 'Qbll,. and mocaaut
er. I amend that by saying H develop kinds), drug store beetle, fleas Florida, i* without doubt *-f the mst national pen ow, wkkk i
used In cudlcin
. character If (3 type). file several
Ute characterI ( type). Industries la tie vtUi Her la this straag
i there. It due develop ate Important flour beetles, ham mltn. mosquitoes Florida factory, which has bn fa aoastaat apses.Lisa Tk aVrr task cat .f AMERICAN GROWN
I trH gamnM If I* powder post beetles, spiders
; sport smashing Impact and con a (various). sugar mites, termite lIMe Mar 1111. very fart of DM ratttoaaasw TCNG OIL, shipped from Gainesville, Florida In
,, tinuous bard body contacts, between b sullseA cwea. trade ratthsnak* neat fa tk* usa Marked the beginning .f quantity shipment
boy ol unequal spa and against the toughest going then I caM product but ether put .f UM sake are la *n* *f Florida's most premising Industries. Mr.
' strmgth..So hard and flew, i* the use main he till received from used alas la Making a wide. variety .f .o>cta. B. W. Braattt, .f Gainesville, president *t the
' competition today that the player football something which cant be Baits, book coven u4 lamp duds ar* mtraet4 American Tang Growers Association, predicts a
i* frequently up against boy who measured (a dollar and cents from UM skin while attractive oirenlr sad $100,000,000 business la the tong oil markL
are bigger and stronger. But he and he I* the big winner do mot raajaeate ar made from tk* ckmO ikeUtoa. tend GalnwvUl which Is In the midst *f torn ".000
learns to fight back, to stay In refer to physical courage but tomental and rattle Two *f the mad ttsafol ke-yrwTwt acres of Tung Oil orchard, Is the American cantor -
there trying, striving to win. ) courage, or a combination .f this unique Industry which I* ,eperat *y of the Industry and now ship Tung OU to all
"LLknrleaCAt.JlitvU.at0-.iilll: R..p>,_ C* rg" L End. ar* ratUeaaak, naom. used to part ot the orU.
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Friday,- November l, J935. THE_ LEADER- ENTERPRISE Pan Five

other half of the class wll go next Smith, D M. Delltager, Those present wee. Mn Fred Z ,rAdd. r

Monday. Mr*. Archer, one of the,I.W" Harvey .... Marti, Fern Robertson Prbcllh ,
reom mothers gave the party, andOr. r King James Good Freed, Eloise Norm, and luuhaelOessmea.
I Homestead High School News Wolfe ws the guide that Ing. Thoedon FreeMla sad Tom Alice Smith and Virginia

plained the different' plant to e.-j any ...... hisser (new member>. Louise.

By LEOLA UTTLE class. Mr. Wakefield and He has Just about finished making Berne. MUdrtd Orfanedea...ret

-__...-_.._-..-_.-_......-_.............._...-......-.__-.........-_.......,-........_..__...._._._...-.____-.._____...__...-._..........____m..u_____ Johnson also helped with the par- a check on all do boys. Fifty- FM4. Katharine Julia
one ene-tourth per cant of UM Francis Sullivan GoldlH OrenneU
JUNIOR CARNIVAL TONIGHT I* red. This alas will have the ty.The home economies girt see. bays of &be'IIIbooI OlD swim 1Myards. Freda Hancock, Mary Alice Dun-

The Junior Carnival will be f part of guessing weight and penny now finishing their disease and The survey I Ie almest copie" can, Eliaabeth: Williams AnnA bell
I pitching. The class reporter I* Redd and Leola Little.
. held tonight, Friday, November 1. Eugene Scherr. each Is starting her second garment

The main ihow will start at ':30,I Mr. Moomaw's home room has .-------......- -.--
and It will run continuously like voted for orange and white us >The tests that the grade from HOMESTEAD 4-HCLUD. Homestead F. F A. NewsBy
seven through twelve took on Oct.
a moving picture show. Admission class colors. Its room mothers are MeffMI y f
I had a possible score of ISO. Alta at keels Untie Team
win be five and ten cent At Mrs. Bullard and Mrs. Klick
Webster of the tenth .. ...
grade had -
Mosely Sever' aide for the P.T.A. .
the end of the evening two ducks
a high score of 141 Annie Ma Next Saturday the 4-H girl of
will be released, and whoevercatchei drive won This class will have The meeting Wednesday night
the shooting gallery and the chicken Booth of the twelfth grade had Dade County will have charge of was very eventful. All the boy
of them It
one keep
may hooting 140, and Ruth Tower and Theodore part of the National Farm and that were to receive the Green
for his dinner. Let'sall .
Thanksgiving Franklin. both of the twelfth Home) Hour. All... asked la Hand degree wltlch I* the tint degree
go prepared to get these ducks Mrs. Johnson' home room I II
grade, had
a of 138.
score The listen 11LTuesday their
had to ten the
If we have to chase them several sponsoring the turkey booth, The teat consisted of
miles. boys are selling turkey tickets arithmetic English the girl met In UM plans for the coming year and
and spelling. These pupils club room for their regular session their purpose In becoming Future
There will be beano which they hope everyone will have
food shown that they have made .
whichwas called to order by Farmers.Mr.
fortune telling and chance to get purchase.: The class colon are a success of their schooling.The Wood itinerantteachertrainer
purple and gold. The class was the president, Fern Robertson. H. E. ,
a Persian kitten. These will betaken
glad to welcome Into Its midst girls' physical education Fern gave a talk on 4-H courtesy of the teacher ofvoe.tlOll.1
care of by the Junior Everything Billy Drlsklll from Merom, Ind. class** are now playing volley then turned the meeting ever to agriculture In the state
will be five and ten cent
except balL Their health classes have Rachael Gosaman, the song leader of Florida, the principal speaker,
the fortune telling, which will Mr. Blackburn's room colors are changed' to
Thursday instead of
for her PfOI1'II1which consisted explained to the chapter how It
be twenty-five cent*. blue and white. This clan has a Friday. They are studying the of a song by group, 4-H Days Are rated second place Instead of first.
In the cast of the play, "The booth which we are aU interested structure of the body. Here Again", and Louise Barnes' He said that the Homestead chapter -

Little Impoiter", are: Peggy Clark In. Let'.n have a chance to The following boy have passed song "Living In a 4-H Wsy', whichwe lost by l decision of three

alias Madame Zulleka, Helen West; throw .a ball at our "favorite"teacher. the swimmer's test under the supervision I arc to use In the contest In points difference The chapter r
By throwing at these ]
Fay Leslie Virginia Frick; Ohuaga of Mr. Bleler the boys. Miami in May It is sung to the will receive IIS for winning second
cat that will bear the name of
Harry Brown; Jack Todd, John physical education teacher Fran- I tuno of "Got a Snap In My Finger place In the state. .
will have
Fredrick; and Prince Deerflcld, some we our els Owens John *". Mr. M. A. Bilker Redland chapter ,:
chance to show our feeling for J :
Babble Summerlin. "The Dummy" West, Lloyd Walt Julia France Sullivan, meM- adviser wa* present at the "
each teacher. Do not fall to coma
cast consist of: Ted a friend, and try your luck. ers, Grady Walters Labon Bishop I bership chairman, gave a program meeting. i
Pierre McDaniel; officer, Ruther Harold Branch and Jack Sulli- which contained a talk by keels AU the new officer were! Installed -
Sullivan Ray Hitchcock. Billy Mr. Lucas' home room has gone
Tan. Little on "How 4-H Has Been a by Mr. Lee Lehman They are
Clerk; maid Emma, Joan Kellum, 100% on the P.-T. A. drive. It will I now officially In offloe.
The following boys have passed : Benefit to Me". Katherine Orfan-
MM. Jane Hitchcock. The directorof have the negro baby, marble dropping After the Installation of the officers
the beginner's test: Eugene Scherr, ede read "Be a Booster", Julia
theN two I Mr. E. Bernard nail driving and hitting of
play the new member of the
Willard Barnes, Jack Gatlin, Tom I Francis Sulllvin read "The Score
Blackburn, our public speakIng the kittens. The class welcome chapter: were Initiated In the Future
Poock Bill Vercoe, Junior Ra<< for a Trip to Tallahassee Eliza-
Willie Mae Dixon from Lake I
teacher. City. u"j)
Jack Wallace Jimmy beth William read "What 4-H Farmer farm-tike method.
The Junior carnival poster content The mathematics classes are i Paul Vane, Elmer Martin, Virgil Club Has Done for Me," and Freda After the adjournment of the ;
wa won by Tommy Moffett In progressing very well, although Bailey Ross Reitz, Clifford Ward Hancock read "Wanted, a Girl". meeting sandwiches and hot chocolate
the senior group and Constance they can da better. I Darwin Camber, Clyde We all repeated the creed and were served.
Scherr In the Junior The Miss Hayden's class to having a Robert
group. Edward Kirby Earl Smith, then Fern asked iu question
judge were member of the junior fish pond, and each patron will I' Cauzens: Jim McConnell, Gene which 4-H girl are supposed to I READ THE WANT ADS
class. have a chance at the grand prize Earl '
I Hunt Ooodlng, Charles Con- know.
The senior claw of English la which the Dixie Drug store I Ia donating -

now reading "Canterbury Tales"' for the class to give away
that I Ia the description of the char' it will be an arkltoy. The winner
will be his award few
given a days
actors. These arc being Illustratedby
the artists of the class on the
Miss Hendershot's home room } '
blackboard. Thesenjercolors arc IDENA
blue suVJ'I' 1 'Tit ***** dolor are range and black. The
class will have the dart booth Ew
They art going to have the tin and will give away very expensive
pen booth this year. Due :'to the I prizes to the winner This class r ,
huge cr !tfd\w: had last year and I welcomes T. L. Avery from Ber-I

to the gathering we are going to I mont, FI<<., and Norm DrUkill
have thuf!- rpar, wo are Installing i fron) Merom Ind.

police to handW the group. The I Last Monday half of the clan
officer will be "Dr" A. Cheshire; and Miss Hcndcrshot Yhi'the
and "ProfesW V OrennelL this I
Subtropical Experiment Station
will be great port for the group I and the monkey jungle and the
that ha a desire to throw something 1 rI

(especially the group that a
throw things la school), Then ,
will be award for the one that TheOUTSTANDING

sophomore room has been

turned into a picture gallery, since 4
I + Its,; JatR+ f
the senior like the play so Well. R+tI r
1936 Car Value
The claw 'I is getting a medium
amount of English but it la rather
hard for some to place in their PLYMOUTHLawrence

brain. If A'prize' wen given to the I di

room that I* the most attractive i
Mn. Field'* room would receivethe Bros.
prize. Tuesday the sophomores

voted for their class color, which sw a.

JL THE NEXT TWO YEARS should bring real dividend to

What is Meant by Kilgore'sBREDRITE growers o! quality fruit Already there i* an increased

demand for better grade And Florida's new citrus law, which

include a well planned advertising campaign, will unquestionablyincrease

? that demand.To .

grow quality fruit It naturally take*.quality fertilizer -fertiliser

that furnishes the of the kind of plant food
The same principles are used in developingKIGORE'S right amount tight
fox your individual farm'or grove. And that's Just what you get
BRED-RITE Tomato Seeds al Inbreeding
when you buy Gulf Brand
fine live stock.
Gulf Brand are) identically formulated to furnish safe, uniform

Just received a new: shipment of crop nutrition over long period They are "Friendly Fertillm

; -made expressly for Florida soil. And the service of the Gulf

Bred-Rite:Martlobe ,Tomatoes Field Men: mean thorough crop inspection with dependable

J. advice throughout the year. Why not ue Gull

.- Improved Grothen Red Globe Fertilizer and Gulf Service on your crop this year?

Pritchard Scarlet Topper You'll find them cheaper in the long rue


)"Street South of EM Broadway, T"",,., Flood

gore's Bred-Rite Seeds t

You Can Buy Gulf Brands of Fertilizer From

The Kilgore Seed Co. B. K. PANCOAST, Field RepresentativePHONE

Phone 63 Homestead, Fla. 522-11 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA

I :. ._? ? .)Homestead.Wtrehouse, Campbell St.

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New Dodge Features Air-Styled two-door sedan and coupe models,, ventilator and by the windshield Young M. I;. trader :
I through a InDtwlndowvol that opens.
Comfort II mechanism giving tile glass panel Wtthiaj Its new, sound and ... Speaks Here Sundae 1, :
Economy, Safety two movements the first of these peraturt-biMiated ...... Dodge .
causes the panel to slide backward has achieved a fbte MttMd of trim HarM vfee-prntdetif
(Continued From Page Three) t Because so aa to create a ventilating and upliobtwtng. The Interns of Florida Methodist Youa* f .
the through the ,
system '
,idr it;ion spark In accordance within 1 use of masked bulbs, cuts off otherwise opening around which the onward equipment includes adjustable People's Assembly will be a speaker ,
ing operating conditions 'isg1.en motion of the car creates visor rear 1 view mirror, instrument on the program at the Metbodist -
scattered and the Im
rays '
to in automatic vacuum of the concentrated beam, the a auction drawing air from the car panel parcel aantparfasent.builtin young' p"p*.* meetin/ i'
II" Continued of foot-rest in four-door Homestead SUtoday evening at
park control attached to the ignition Is of marked advantage in Interior turning the
window control then lowers the sedan model' and other '
rtiitrlbutor Engine cooling many 6.30.AH ;
night driving through fog, dustor I
the window frame details Smart young people of the district 'Jk
glass panel into eorafort-promoUnf
I* regulated by a thermostatic context rain; it also la more comfortableon
which automatically retard I the eyes of the approaching motorist The four-door models' in addition smoking sets are built Into the are invited to b., prewnt 1If

or accelerates water circulation. or pedestrian. to the variable front door arm rests. Two ash receivers are \ '

condition demand ft. An auto- window ventilation, are equipped incorporated in the instrument Bride (in butcher shop): I* :.i
matte carburetor beat control An additional element of safety. with pivoted rear quarter windows panel layout, one of them removable your mutton dear?"

maintains the fuel at uniform la afforded by the switch capable of being set at dif- for the Insertion of radio Butcher (hurriedly): 'no, t\

volatility regardless of outside men --there) being a .rrlnlle-I. ferent angles for whatever degree controls. All closed bodies are I ma'am; muttoQ I* ijieep venison
controlling the off, of ventilation be desired. "
temperature.An may wired for radio. Is deer. -Ex.
headlight positions while the Additional ventilation is
Interesting Dodge feature change from main driving beamto I I the large, screen-guarded: cowl ,,'
achieved with the utmost in
mechanical passing beam and vice versa is

simplicity Is the ride made without prejudice) to steering Green: : Lantern Restaurant
revelator which GREATEST CIRCUS
incorporates a control through a foot switch. .
transversely mounted steel bar, Still another innovation consists COMING THIS WAYBiBsUsw ADJOINING HOTEL KCDLAM>>

the curved ends of which are anchored of a small red jewel set into MENU FOR SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3
to the horizontal arms of the control button of the headlight Bras and Banana ..

both double-acting shock: absorb- switch on the Instrument Bailey CemMawd. Presenting Haa- SPECIAL DINNER 75?
en. with the result that the ear Is panel. Because la illuminated dreda ., New r...... Featwee, Ialeft.

kept on an even keel In rounding when the main driving beam Is .-.... and State Progress Chalet ef

comer, In traveling over uneven "on", the jewel keep the operator Declared to Be Finest !. HlaUry.OriM Shrimp Cocktail Chicken Needle Soup Fruit CocktailCheieeef

roads and under other conditions informed aa to which of the two ka ...'ijf nlnm doe kuM & ..
tending to cause chassis and body beam la in operation at any ..4 kM- MVIMI hi krilllnt MMk, Avecaaei $ala<-WaUerf gala*
away. Being located behind the time. Uw .ltMr 1R wail, u4 Bra. a
..... ... Entree
a OMiMMrf Clt k MiWuMwklMt M
radiator grille, the ride levelator Instrument lighting which is indirect k II.... as N.., II sad ... a.4M Nestled er Fried Chicken
which requires no adjustment durIng UHM *>u> tIw"I'. hmM Ma we
and can be set at "off", .ill to tUM wfcIM ,__ BraUe4 T-ItoM Steak
the life of the car-remains "'"low" or "full". can not be turnedon > an Mr tfc. ...... __ Fried Jambe Free Lees Tartar l...
permanently out of sight unless there I form of MM aimU aaa W WOTTmt swan.. -
The front springs of the new some DMIBW*.* CbeiM W S Vegetables
head and tall-lighting. Yet the TV. On.l." ataw *m link will ant
Dodge are shackled at their forward w t.W bas. betad Creamed Cauliflower Garden geiaaehButtered
Instrument lights be turnedoff
ends, instead of In the can Mae* .ae..wre1.e Is" __ Asparaga Matted FMatee
alone, without extinguishingthe INNN d ......... 1e0e _
as U ordinary practice. The rear, head and tall-lights. The instrument .._. sad M.o.0 w ..sire aas Candied Tarn
end of the spring on the left or: .- sal W" w via.1.e -
lights "off", however, ... Chelee ef Dessert
side go "'- -, .-- -
leering rests In
a spring- when the) headlight Ira switched .b.vrlis.Lanka.. Lease CUffesi Fie Cfcecel!* lee |U* Cake
cushioned "kick-shackle". N... _. ...dIo WaIII. .
__ 11__ ...... B_ Baked Deep Apple Fie. Bard ease%
By shackling the springs in front I off.Seven models are presented In ...... D..a.trk Wll.... La"raw and Taw
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and locating the Pitman arm close -nab.-.N. -

to the point at which the left the sedan new and Dodge four-door line-four-door .<.<_-....TM.."M-4" ...+..WW. tile REGULAR DINNER 50c)
spring is anchored: Dodge hat perfected I touring sedan 1"-1"0_ ... N.1r5. _I
a steering method in which ; two-door sedan and two- IMwtm hatw are ever era Chelee ef
door touring sedan; coupe and b..a.aad. Soup er Cocktail Avocado or WUef ala4
the front axle and the steering 551..551.5.-. begs t.W dome I
drag link move in similar arcs coupe with rumble neat; convertible ., W w. tar, W ot.,1., wbe n, to Entree
The two-door sedan fro -, W tar Will.I
Whatever up and down movementIs : coupe. =bergr : = .:=i.t ie blab win French Fried Shrimp Tartar Bauer
Imparted to the front axle and model are distinguished by an for i rD_>i
storing arm U practically duplicated Improved seating arrangement r-b.dlIe C.hi.a tmmu awe t finjiraw.MtmtwrnuMmf UMcnM.urI Creamed sweet Breads .. Toast
which provide a full-width front .... .. ...
In the drag link. Because of ...IteM wlNl Ik. Oft Chicken Fet PIe

this and because of the compensating -, seat Aa both section of the divided :iltea.: MM.Uf .sue"w sans HUM.* tME., choice ., S Vegetables
action of the "kick shackle"opposing back seat cushion may be ...ll UM HMJK "Ml H_Ml tk*
tilted forward, the) rear compart- *rbkmH4 lMp.kllr>*Mkk. tk.f.. J *.WMrtel Dessert CRe w Tea
force: such aa with other' ... W awn W_. MnbabrldMy
ment of the two-door sedan bodies ass: ... t.a 0....t..0.of _
steering layouts Interefer with the
may be entered easily from either ...> ftnnftt W bet, ...., tile -
action of the steering mechanism, rtrtoa c-I., .NY ....._ ate OW
are eliminated. tide. to aaaa.gl1.b a ,
The two coupe models present wait to M-Mad mrk, UMFtrhie = IIAMStsffS
Night driving security has been :-, Nan m4n4 Mast, wise ar.l I N
advanced by a new Dodge lighting a smooth, unobstructed rear deck, !_ a fUt in nl In. the -. da
the spare wheel and tire being Cyst .__ dIo __ rw
system. For road illumination WII Stecan Nt a fn of tM I
this carried inside the car back of the ,....'iw.wt 501.0 .we the 101
method supplies a main beam e.wal.el.e
right half of the seat '_ _' ___'__ Eo_
for open-road travel and an .... .
op- arm sad and sows.Ad.
Body ventilation is provided in .. SN'f
t -na) courtesy or "passing beam". I -"t
Both beam are of equal intensity L111111 ;

:M candlrpower. But while the I I has =-

main or country driving beam FOR MAYORI ,

pc.nU straight ahead, the passing

beam is directed toward the ground am a candidate for the office'of Mayor of the
and also shunted to the)right whereIt assns
toady shows the shoulder or City of Homestead, subject to the Town Caucusof

extreme edge of the road. Illuminating Nov. 15, 1935 I take this means of solicitingthe TRIAL OFFER '
the road for a considerable 19. VAlUI '

di tance: the light of the passing support of all citizens whom I may not be To rove ow siam"

beam U of such quality and direction able to see personally. we asDilating a\4 rL 01 Tsm. =

as to enable the Dodge I saga"28s 12+

driver and the driver of the oncoming i Tab"be . 11.---
T. A. .....
ear to pass each other with,
a new measure of safety, without FEASTERi you Can't Buy Ihf r-JTnjr fay Mont

discomfort and in safety. I i! SHCRWINWlllHMSENAMELOID


a candidate fee the effiee *f Maier aomlnated at THE DECORATIVE ENAMEL
RejuvenateYour tile CUT Caaeua *a "'.... 15. If I am nominated and later elect. ,
ad I will eenUaae to give the People the Sam basest, fair aaal ; toog wearing waihable brilliant Jlo*naoel One coal lsenough.
Car Impartial service that I hare given then the pool tow years as No broth marks QuicWiyioj.16 sparkling color
City Canacilaaaa. I can sore these who support ne that
J i -- --IIOM THIS COUrONI -----"-
am met Ue cumulate a( say sine individual ar select poop I I \
Wood Work will serve all tile people U the fees ef say ability TUllJ ....a.d uc.........". ......r-....' I
I t..10sM altoLad
Body Fender Repairs

Tops and Trimming : TOM KIRBY j! ; I

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Seat Covers I _ __ _ __J

Painting I IArt's I 1 1I 'fi FINISMfO s

Paint Shop :Deming Pumps and Water Systems ;; "

I del/ttJuslre "" :f
aM N. KROMV AVR. I Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe
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II Kerosene Driven wed toil at la* arm Webb****: t et
I [ Irrigation Pumps w..w4wm. u
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More Power, More Room, I Q-a

More Speed, More Safety Call, phone or write for my prices i II

1936 PLYMOUTH In the I I R.H.MAGRUDER II W. D. Home Co., Inc

Factory Agent

See It today at Hardware Lumber Building Materials
Phone few 521 3121 Main
I Bay* Highway
Lawrence Bros. Homestead. Fla. Phone 507-J
Coconut Grove


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,,; 'Friday, November_ 1.1985.__ __ THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pace Seven
H. Swing that Mi ....... Mm I. ..., Conn. asS am to" r.wtI wigs r4n-Wm her ask Peas....
I C. Rankin who to In a Raines Cityhospital : of Ftenl Park. !f. T., Wt Wednerda gold fa*-1Jwtg h
as a remit of a* auteia fa: iMr kaoMaWler a ..- "DiasMaiad. You were F
j ln and JlToundi bile acident had recovered SAW week ride will frtIodI .... at ..MCta' (.--aa,
irin anm Saturday morning dine
, being unconadoua far three weia*. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Plebe aitd .1011:01 &. BALLET Pod NO. .* p
; child who arrived recently from AMERICAN LEGION
i Homestead Mrs, A. C. lM... Mr* UwafDteklaaaa the west coast YIII make heir
Mr A. OraM and JIM bane wtah Mr. and Mrs J. W. Utet Cm sad thM W..*NI.., r
., AawrlrM Legit BM.. j
L. L. Bow went to Hiateato Smaller Miner thto wtaatr.Fl'ed *
'l Wd ...(.rtt. South KraiM Ara,
to attend a fneetfef of the Mny
7tianiieedas L. Mcdanahan of Bowling netted with the estate of H Ehren- Lanier Chapter of the Cbutttr Broekett of North Haven. I 11--.4 eta, ia
.. en, Fla. and Homestead If in iperger Mn. Wollam father who Guild which met at tM home of CMUL, aceotnaanied by a granddaughter -,
In MI- died in May Mn WollanV I Mrs. Agnes Eaaon. wtB arrive next:: week to
/ Memorial hospital cousin
lowly recovering from an Jack Hayes of Bladuhear Ga., spend the season at bit home here. t
1 lion which was performed on returned with them for a short Mr. and Mr*. Harry J:. Wood of 1 i LOOF.
.','' visit Gainesville are spending a few *. Frank StaJHng* of South ; *****every Taeaday evealnc at r+ r
;' t ayiningatthheMhoomeMa days here wHIt Mr. and Mrs. M. Miami visited relative and friends|, I e'elerk la LO.O F. Hall N. W.

KM |n Miami white Mr. Me- Mn.H. A. Burlew who baa been A. Baker la Redtand and Mr. and Tuesday. I i tat afreetVUtn
is tat the hospital Two spending the In Mr Oee N. Wakefletd in Home- TCetreeae
moban summer Flint wi
.tlNd. Mrs. HareM Rohrer and infant
Mr. McClanhan's daughter, Mich I* expected soon to spend I daughter JuaaUta Mae, returned I
u Clyde Shade of Ottawa, KM., the winter with her family !here.
Saturday tram Kendall.
Mr. and Mr*. Newton Merrill
Keith ot Manhattan
Mr. Burlew
; Mn. Edw. and his eon and daugh I
/ Kan,, arrived three weeksIgo ter-in-law, Mr.and Mr*.Ceo.Bur- who have been spending the summer '
when notified ot his Utoes I lew of Miami, had planned to go at Miami Beach returned to NARANJAFarming Good
of his other dough.Um -I their home here Monday.Mrs. I'
liey are guests to Flint to stay with Mn. BurlewI
Mter. J. U. Hokorab of Homefftead. when they received word that she
His ton, Howard McClane-,1 would come to Homestead. Ceo. W. Turner. Jr., went *going on In a big way Sandwichesthat'
now. AU the Naranja
i of Bowling Green, was In MMmi to Miami Wednesday: to be with grower are
cutting and planting and
,. and Homestead from Thura- her sister-in-law Mrs. Robert potatoes
I Mr* Bessie M. Vorhee of Miami tomatoes.
,aU-- tin Sunday.., who lived In Redland la the Turner who I* ill Mis EateU: what you get

pioneer day pent several days: Turner who had spent a week Arnold Tripp s car was wreck- when you eat at
jite, and Mr*. A. i. Van Marter there recently with Mr. and Mr*. with Mrs. Robert Turner, returned ed last Friday when it collided

plan ita,Ithaca N. V, Tuesday to re- look after her: Redland property.Mr. Canon Malcolm-of Miami spent unhurt but two negroes fat the The Texaco
turn to Homestead for the winter. the wek-end hen with his mother truck were Injured and had to be
and Mr Paul L.
Gopp and taken to the hospital
Mrs. Tracy ChJnnera.FLORIDA .
if. and Mr*. H. R. Prldgen ofrcksoaville little daughter Phyllla Ann. returned
and son. Jack, Jr, lilt week after a five Albert Braun of Dallas, Texas BarbecueS. :i
spent the weekend with Mr*. month stay In Hartvllle O. Will CITY was a recent visitor at the home of
Tatura of Roe HID K y, a cousin Mr. and Mrs. George De Freese.
[kr. of Mr*. Gopp, returned with them: Mrs. w, \Y kftf'1 C.nespssieatJoseph Krome at 4th Street I
to tpend the winter. Mr H. H. Graham and E.: J. i n
? Mid Lot Beam who ha been I W. Smith was taken to Joan and John B. Graham were
[taking a course In beauty culture c. H. Lawrence broke his left the Kendall hospital last Friday.: visitors in Miami Sunday.Mr. The Best ,; :
arm an Inch above the wrist when A* soon a* his condition improve '
in Aaheville N. C, I* expected :'
[ to return Tueedajr. She he fell from the back end of a sufficiently he will be transferred and Mrs. Ed Holland have Chile in Town !
I win continue her course in Miami. email delivery: truck Jut week. to a veter",, hospital in Georgia.Mr. rented apartment from Mrs. Roar:: ..r

Mr Glen Smith went to West and Mrs. David Snow of ;
Ur. and Mr Ray Copp ot Hart.vine Palm Beach this week for a two- Bransford. Conn., arrived on Monday Walter Jones was a visitor In
; Ohio, arrived Thursday ot week visit with relative for the winter. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
week to make their home Hlckjon
with Mr. and Mr Paul Copp in -
Mrs. Ceo.
Morton was taken to Leo Maschetti underwent i tonsil -
Ftedland. Mr and Mr*.Copp were the Kendall ORDERS JCAKEZ
hospital Wednesday: operation at the Post Graduatehospital CHILI
mailed In Marlboro, 0- on Oct for Real Mexican chile
night x-ray examination and Saturday. :: seasoning
j flit The bride was formerly Miss treatmentMrs. from Juares. Mexico: has been '.
.- "Trends Henry of Fniitland Ind., ordered by frank Stalling, proprietor
Bessie Brady Woodmen' brother of Mn. Lawrence Walkup, of the Texaco Barbecue Invites You to
Lltr. and Mr*. Leo Bernecker Circle local deputy and tale Inner arrived Friday for the winter, Stand at South Krome avenue
[announce the birth ot an elghtpaond 'sentinel, attended a district meeting and Fourth street, for use In the Drive the
[ ion, Donald, on Oct SO In I of field workers in Miami last C. E. Dowdy suffered a relapse chile old there.
Victoria! hospital In Miami Mr :Friday, and plans to attend a tate and returned to the Kendall hospital
cker la the former Miss Marl .r i and district field worken meeting Saturday. Judge: "The constable says you
11 l Myrtle Klich. daughter ot Mr. in Jacksonville on Nov. 15 were speeding." 1936PLYMOUTHSAnnouncement
Mr*. Frank Kllch ot Florida I Marvin Sneed of LJncolntown Motorist: "Listen, judge; I was
Ctrs Miss Frances Lewis hi* been N. C, arrived Monday to spend the on my way to Podunk to get my
ill since last Friday but i II reported winter here. H* la staying with
Mr*. Ida Cheyney and here to be much better at present i, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dixon. i
andchildren. Robert, Ted, Jeanad I
I Joan plan to move to Miami Mrs. Anna Geronimo of Valhalla,
xt week to bo with Mrs. Chey- Word ha been received by H. N. Y. Mill Hazel Corbyn of Green- w N
rs* ton, H. L. Cheyney, until
arse when they will return toamrestead.


.}Ira. P.B.Bird; ST.,arrived from to the Farmers of South +
Jicksonville: Wednesday to spend
>a winter with her ton andd.taghterJn..lIw.
[ Mr. and Dade CountyWe

f Mite Margaret Brooker mho has
ft pending three weeks with
t 1 uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.Deden | have laboratory facilities for ,
1 returned to her home
i Miami Tuesday.
I making salt determinations on your
air and Mrs. B. G. Branch and

,..*k-end Bert In and Okeechobee Harold, spent City.the I soils. Don't be in doubt. Let us give '

Jacksonville Mr*. Mary who Alice baa Brother been visiting of- you this free service in the interest of a t

her mother, Mrs. M. M. Big- 4
f gen, for the past two months, will better crops.
[return to her home this week

.," t T. T.1bot""i"i; I* building two I
houses on his property in Silver

, PaLn.:Mr. M. P. Wollam and her I SOILHDE Inc.

_ daughter, Mr*. I* P. Kendrick returned -
Sunday after pending ten
, days in Orlando on business con- CARL F. WARNER, Agent

Starts Mon.t Not 4, Lasts all Week
South Flagler Avenue Phone 27
t HieOUTSTANDING Hundreds of Items at 2 for the Price of One

Plus One Cent

\4\, MtaaA B el* *,. ...A.erW.r.3J ........./.*

k. 1936 Car Value .t:

PLYMOUTHLawrence .f' ,

Bros. L RetIer/ s. 60 kL wet SLj
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Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday November 1, 1935.

I I .. Social Events in South Dade .



than MM hundred persons Caves, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Balnea 1-H. H. 3. Junior carnival Annabell and Teresa Redd, pupil ; Belie ._....__...."Bohemian GW
were guest of Mr. and Mr Chas and children, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. .t Neva King Cooper School. of Mrs. R. H. Fltzpatrlck"1 Annabell Redd
Caves at a chicken supper given Anon Mr. and Mrs.Xinsey Watts.,I Nov. 1 Measuring party in gave a piano recital Cakes and punch were served
Thursday night of last week on the Mr. and Mn. Marcus Howard Lions Den sponsored by juniors of their grandfather Chas. T. after the program

lawn of their home on Tennessee and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Billy of Redland High School. Fuchs, and their parents Mr. and The guests included: Mr. and
toad. Caves, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Bullard Nov. Business meeting of Mrs. Fred Redd, on West Avocado I Mrs. Fred Link, Mr. and Mrs Wm.
The guest Included: Mr. and Mr. and Mn. W. B. Caves, Mr. and I Junior Woman's Club of Home drive last Friday evening. They Rheney Mr. and Mrs. Julian Webster -

Mn. Carl Homac Jr. and son, Mrs. Roy Nixon and family Mrs. stead. were assisted by a violin trio made ,Mr. and Mrs. W.Y. Bush, Mrs.
Stuart, Mr. and Mn. Lawrence H. Eddie Hobson, Mn. Edward Reese Nov. Redland P.-T. A. meet- up of Nina Pearl Bush Elizabeth Marian Fleitaa, Mrs. Chester Redd.
COM, and son, Lorry Dr. W. LaDler Mrs. 8. J. Rayburn. Miss Wessle Ing eta p. m. Skin and Alta Webster i Mrs. Clarence Parman, Mrs. Lee
and his daughter all of Miami; Pennlngton, Miss Marjorie Sullivan Nov. J-Ag dub meeting at Gen The program was as follows: H. Lehman, Mn. B. Miller, Mill

Mr. and Mn. David Barnes and Miss Virginia Hodge, Mia Frick home. Grief, "Norwegian Hunters Song" Ruth Link, Goldie and Lou Bell
their children. Jack, David and Louise Pennlngton, Mines Eula Nov. (-District meeting of Episcopal Annabell Redd, Mrs. fitzpatrick I Grennell. Dorothy and Birdie Lee
Margaret, Mr. and Mrf. Marcus and Letitla Campbell Miss Ethel Women's Auxiliary in West Schumann __"Happy Farmer" Home Marjorie Redd. Van and
Walker and daughter. Virginia Bailey Miss Kathryn Thelsen. Palm Beach at 10:30 a. m. Ourlitt __"Hunting Song" Ann Rheney, Sherry and Barbara -

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker and Miss Elinor Hayden Misses Katharine Nov. 8-W. M.S. business meet- Spindler ._.__._. _..__.Polka Miller, Jean Parman, Frank
daughter, Laurel, Mr. and Mrs. and Ellen Vann Miss Alice ing.Nov. Teresa Redd Skill Jr., and Buddy FItzpatrick.

Johnnie Walker and baby Mr Hobson, Misses Carrie Belle and Homestead P.-T. A. ex- Mozart ____._..._._. _.MInuette
and Mrs. Frank Morris, Mr. and Rose Caves Misses Roberta, Dorothy ecutive committee meeting. Alta Webster, Nina Pearl Bush,
Mn. W. Neely and son Donald I and Birdie Home, Miss Margaret Nov. f- Supper dub meeting Elizabeth Skill REDLAND AID MEETS

Mr. and Mrs. J Tom Vann, Mr. Brooker, Ovid Sullivan, Ben at J. H. Webster home. Mozart _._...__.._"Don Juan" WITH MRS BREWER

and Mn. Henry I* Reese, Mr. and Sellers, Bobble Caves Gene, Roy Nov. Meeting of Royal Poln- Offenbach ......._._ ....."Barcarolle" Sewing for the Christmas bezaar-
Mn. Henry Brooker, Jr., Mr. and and Ernest Campbell Robert and clana Social Circle at Bowden Annabell Redd occupied members of the Ladies'Aid

Mrs. E. A. Buchanan Mr. and Mn James Simmons, Roy D. Yontz, home at 7.30 p. m. Ghya ___ ... ...__ ... "AmarUlis" Society of the Redland Com-
J. R. Rutland and family Mr. and I Hunter Sage, Wilbur Amen, R. B Nov.Presbyterl.n Auxiliary Nina Pearl Bush, Elizabeth Skill, munity Church at their all day
Mn. Gordon Ivey Mr. and Mrs. I Sherard Randolph Richard and meeting with Mrs. B. E. Gatlin. Alta Webster I meeting Thursday of last week at

Albert Caves Mr. and Mrs. R. E Wilbur Caves and Frank Simmons. Nov. 8-Sacred Heart card par- Klncella __.__"Evening Song" the home of Mn. Thos. Brewer.

ty. Wright __..__....Green Jade" Present were: Mrs. W. F Still-
EDWARDS AND MRS. DANE HEAD Nov H South Dade Garden William ... h__. ...."Imps' Dance"Teresa man, Mrs Anna Messenmlth, Mn.
Club meeting with Mrs. Annie
I I Redd M. J. Brownlow, Mn. H. J. Armstrong -
DEMONSTRATION CLUBS OF DISTRICT Butler at 1 p. m. Morrison, "Dance of the Bucca Mn. M. A. Baker Mrs.
I Nov. 12 Neighborhood Club Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mn. Wayne

Mr. R. E. Edwards was reelected .pjdent; of the Redland Club; : meeting! at Bevo Webb home. neers"Annabell Redd I Calkins Mrs. Ceo. E. Deuel, Mrs.

president of the Homestead Mrs. E. A. Carter, vice-president, Nov. 14-Initiation meeting of Levy .... ..... .. "March Triumphal" August Hauer, Mn. C. Ben Plum-
Home Demonstration Club at the Mrs. J. D. Wysong, corresponding Royal Polnciana Woodmen's Cir'1 1I Elizabeth Skill Alta Webster, Nina I I I mer, Mn. Dan Roberts and Mrs.

October meeting of the club. Mn. secretary; Miss Estelle Turner, I cle.Nov. I Pearl Bush A. R. Backer a visitor.
14 Woman's Club of
Fred Suber is vice-president; Mrs. statistical secretary; Mn. R. B. I -.-- ---
'Homestead study class meeting
Stacy Hawkins, corresponding secretary Zenker, treasurer; and Mn. Chas.
with Mia Jennie Lobdell at J
: Mrs. Frank Hausman, statistical Lair, council representative.
secretary;! Mr*. R. L. Hobson This month the demonstrationclubs m.Nov. air Timis
14 Redland Ladle1 Aid
treasurer and Mrs. Don Fer- of the county are making meeting at-church. ,. mIID 151
reyra, council representative. plans for their faU vegetable gardens 1
Nov. 17-Redland school carni- 1 PUIP
Mr. Seymour Lane was elected and for their flower garden
val and turkey dinner.
: Nov. 29-Men's night at the
SHOWER IS I GIVEN FOE Thos. Brewer sang and Mrs. L. Woman's Club of the Redlands
MRS. ERNEST BERN ECKER O. Ruggle gave a group of read-I '. '.rf\l"\II"IT'\ .,. '..
Mn. Ernest Berfccker who before Ings. Mrs. Ruggle served as accompanist "
her marriage on Oct. It, was for the vocal numbers.
Miss Merle Connor, was given a Mn. Armstrong, Mrs. Ruggle,
Mrs I. F. Talbott and Mn. Duf-
miscellaneous shower by her sis Mrs. Charles Turner and Mrs. I IIt
fy entertained the Silver Palm W. 4yyr
ter-in-law Mn Fritz Rutzke at Wayne Calkin formed the program -
M. a this week at the home of the
Tuesday afternoon committee.
the Rutzk home
limeade and
Conner Cake candy
Among othen present were: were served after the business
I Mr. and Mn. F. W. SUllman, Mr. session.

MRS. RHENEY HONORED 1 and Mrs. Urbana, Mr. and Those attending! were: Mrs. H.
WITH BRIDGE SHOWER Cooper Hay, Mr. and Mrs. Mn'j: R. Core Mn K. N. Core Mrs. W.
Mrs Landon Carney gave a Kufeldt, Mr. and Mn M. O. Talbott Mn Don Talbott Mn was not by chance that Dr. Dafoo

bridge party and handkerchief I IBrownlow Mrs. Henry Carter I Edwin Vihlen Mn L. O. Rogers chose Puretest Cod Liver Oil as the first

shower Wednesday evening in hon- !Mn.Mrs.Wm.. Brodle Mrs. Lulu Oliver -l Mn. Clara Vihlen Mn. Conner. addition to the regular milk diet of the
Johannlng, Mrs. ClnaI
or of the birthday anniversary of Mn. Chas Lair Mn Percy Whit-
Mrs. W. E. Rheney. Mn. E. H. I Stewart Mrs. Anna Messersmlth worth, Mrs. Cries, Mrs. Crosier Dionne Quintuplets.
Hiner won the high score prize I I Mrs. Deuel Mrs. C. Ben Plummer!, Mrs J. D. Wysong and Mrs. R. B. extrarichitamin content was definitely
Mrs. Geo. W. Turner
Sr. Mrs.
Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs, the second I Zenker.
I W. January, Miss Ethel Roberts lie chose it because he knew its
and Mrs. Given Victor, the I'i
prize; ..... ...
[and Mil Jeanne Calkins /
consolation prize. 1 i I II suited to the need for building strong

A birthday cake and Ice cream GROUP ENTERTAINEDON : I Your NewPermanent bones, sturdy, healthy bodies for de-

were Othen served.present were: Mrs. T. J. I BURTON BOAT veloping resistance against common, yet
Faust, Mrs. E. J. Dyal and Mn.I Mr. and Mn. J. L. Burton and I ever menacing, ailments.

John Smith of Miami. ,their daughter Miss Miriam, gavea
i Importantto
I boating party in key waters!

AMATEUR RADIO HOURIS Sunday and followed this with a I You
ENJOYED AT CLUB I'supper party at their home Sunday

An amateur radio broadcast II Yeas MW permanent waveIs
will The .1
guests were: Mr. and Mrs.Elbert
the feature of men's night at the Froscher: Mr. and Mrs Important U ye*. Cease te

social meeting of the Women'I,Theo. 3. Dieter Mr. and Mrs. Floyd as fer the remains EBSJCMwave
Club of the Redlands Friday: evening I
I Fogle and son,Teeny Mrs. Pauline -a, wave that adds 89
in the clubhouse. McConneU and Lonnie Hood.
H. Johannlng served as master : I heady and lustre te you Pint
of ceremonies, and! Mr A. C. I I "....
"' 1'8. George Kearney of San j;
Easton: was the gong-ringer L. O. I
Ruggles, H. J. Armstrong and Benito,Texas, has arrived to spend

the Rev. Ceo. J:. Deuel sang several 'the winter with her parent, Mr. Roger Waving Facial*
and Mrs. T. M. Brown of Redland
numbers together then each
road. She Is accompanied by her Scalp Massate-Mankvre*
sang several numben alone. Mrs. The Dixie: Drug
IOn, Dan Van Pelt Heaaa Rinse and rack

TilT1ST} M. and .ttPEILlANENT
Eva Estelle Sullivan Your Rexall StoreTI1rRMIQU
Teacher of Pianoforte
j WAVESCroquignoIe.$5.00

lei N. E. Sad ..... Homestead Croquif nole or Spiral -:: i

Spiral ................:!$6.00

Combination ......$7.00
More Power More Room NEWEST: METHODS OF HAIR:.
1 AND EYELASH TINTING [ Oil Wave ............$4.50
; Finger Wavlnr-Facials :j

the : 1\aI t'1lrlq-Maftellq Bush's Barber Shop Croquignole Spiral Combination-45 $6 $7

j| fcjr experienced operators -r.
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Parlor MANICURING FUtQKR WA.VES--&II style--IfaPat's
See It today at MAE MORRIS BEAUTY :

1 ULUX: BROWN Operator Beauty Parlor
,Lawrence NORTH KROMB AVB. second Floor Home Bid.. Fk M U-R
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Friday November 1, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Nine

PCRRINE: P.-T. A. GIVES day. Nov. 2, and that-aU the Girl
HALLOWEEN CARNIVALA Scout are to com masked. I

Halloween carnival was given W* discussed a troop commit GROVETHEATRE

Social EventsSOUTH by the P.-T. A. of the Perrme- tee for our troop. Miss Harden
1 I Peter school Tuesday night at helped a group of girls on their
the school under the direction of< map Miss Thelsen gave archery COCONUT GROVE
Mrs. i H. HauUip. Instruction to another group of I I Shows 1s,4t AiaUseioa 1St

Skit were given on the stage gtrH Mrs. Skill passed Var Matinee .... as* lu... Z*.

DADE GARDEN CLUB HOLDS FIRST by the first and second grades and Rheney, Athley Kemp Mary I" I P. m.
Rutland Barbara
the and club.
bo.e' girl* glee
MEETING OF SEASON AT KENNEY HOME This show wa directed by Mist Mary Jo dote and Wave Horton I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Eleanore Holferty, Mill Ctireton on the law and knob of their tenderfoot JACK HOLT

M. P. Kenney, Mn. W. H on the growing of delphinium In and Mr*. Slade. testElisabeth la
\v"a' Mn. Or Ned entertained Florida, Mn. Shepherd read "The Miss Antoinette Lawrence and : Mctlwsln, Nina Dyal, "The Awakeningof
the member*ft the South Dade Power of a Little Flower, the For- Lamar Kendrick were In chargeof Lucille West, Virginia Doney and
Garden Club Monday afternoon at get-me-not"; Mr*. Ceo. E. Deuel three boxing bout P. Fulton'I Mary Arthur went to> the Girl Jim Burke"
the home of Mn. Kenney which read an article describing a garden acted a* referee and Jessie Blan- Scout birthday party at Moore
,was attractively! decorated with that resembled a crazy quilt ton, E. L. Knight and R. R. Kerr Park Saturday In Mr Arthur'scar. A aeibleded Mary sieeaareeliew
flowen for to*occasion Pleasure and told of the best arrangementof a* Judge Mrs. Deerlng Louis and ......

ara* expressed by the member color ta planting a garden; Mrs. Mrs. Jt L Knight and Mrs. Al EDen Deering, Mary Jo dose and SUNDAYTUESDAYWARNER
ver the resumption of meetings Jas. A. Dobbin gave a sketch of i Elisabeth went In Mr*. SUIT ear.
Deaa presided ever the coffee and OLAND
after, the lummer vacation Mn. the life of Edgar A. Guest and Virginia Done, was) the hooted
doughnut booth Mn. Gee Sims,
the read of his "Home" this week and Elizabeth McIIwainI to"Charlie
J Shepherd
R. president one poem, ;
Mn. Wm. Hoard and MUM Jewell
preiided.if and Mr*. Neff told what an enemy I to be next hostess.bsssMbUssfaw. Chan inShanghai"
Carter, over the candy booth; Mr: *
Mn. Kenney, Mr*. Annie Butler he red spider Is Belle Crew, Mr Edw. Mercer

and Mrs. D. O. ShetdlM were Other at the meeting were Mr*.: and Mrs. C. P. Hayes, over the hot Deny
appointed to nominate officer for H. F. Potter, Mr*. Wm. Smythe dog booth; Mr. and Mn. D. K, The little city girl stood and The mast baflls pearls eve
the election which will be held Mn. O. W. Dusenbury Mr El-I I Thompson and Mrs. Bert Preasly, watched the farmer milk the cow faced by tile mtlt CkasU
.it the next meeting, Nov. 11, at berta Buie Mrs. H. C Reed, Mn. over the ice cream booth, Mra. he had. The next morning the,' also
the home of Mr*. Butler. Elbert M. Froicher, Mn. CatherynF. Clarence Dasher, over the chamber farmer wa much excited, a* the* NEW OCTOBER ISSUE:

BMn. N. G. Ball read an article Flelta and Mn. Wm. Dunlop. I II I of horrors; and Mr*. W. W. cow had been stolen during the l'!I "The March of Time"
night i
Carter, Mia Holferty,Frank Walker -
MRS. B. F. COLLIER lain; Mia Laura Culm, past noble: and M. C. Hagan over the Farmer: "Drat the thief that I WEDNESDAYTHURSDAYSALLYINEILERS
I beano booth, Mrs Genevieve stole that cow. He' mile away
ENTERTAINS CLASS grand; Mr* Mary Brammer left g
A pot-luck luncheon and Halloween supporter to the noble grand; Mrs.i Walker was the palmist from here by now,
Little Girl "I wouldn't
party was enjoyed by the Ethel Vandecar right supporter : worry,
study class of the Woman'i Club to the noble grand; Mn. Lila Kan-I EPISCOPAL SOCIETY 'bout It mister, they can't get so 'Alias Mary Dow'I
far with 'cause I
It drain-
Of Homestead at the home of Mn. tro outside guard; Mn. Mary PLANS FUTURE WORK away you COMEDY NEWS TRAVEL
ed her crankcase last
B. r. Collier In Florida City Tues- Steward, left supporter to the vice- The Woman' Auxiliary of the night.Mutually ':

grand; Mr*. Blanche Chapman, Episcopal Church met at the homeof Funny. I
dayGames and contest were conducted right supporter to the noble grand. Mn. E. H. Miner Oct. 23 to I IuQUIETOR"

by Mn. Ora NefT, Mn Reading were given by Mn. discuss plan for the next three

Collier, Mr*.J. M. Dobbin and Miss Kennedy and Wm. Steward. After month A covered dish luncheon exclusive with
Jennie LobdelL The home wa the lodge session, potato salad, saltines wa enjoyed.

decorated with Halloween em- and coffee were served by Present were: Mrs. H. L. Cook, NORGEMeans
.lms witches., cats owl and the refreshment committee Mrs. Mn. W. J. Clark, Mrs. H. E. Schaff
Cora Belie Grinoid, Mn. Marjorie Mn. J. S. Horton Mrs Lee H.
lIall.Pretent were: Mn. D. W. Shetz- Beattie Mn. Flora Compton and Lehman, Mrs. Edw. Stlllng Mrs
line and her daughter, Mr. O. W. Mr*. Gertrude Capllnger. Geo. N. Wakefield Mr E.: T. Longer Life

Diuenberry of New York City, Draper Mrs. Ellen Brandt and
Mr*. R. J Shepherd, Mr*. E. A. W. C. SOCIAL CIRCLE Miss Ellen Huff. At all 10 points where noise deValops Mpsi
Ennlk, 14.... Don Ferreyr, Mr*. ELECTS NEW OFFICERSFour In the ordinary washer,
Bertha Edwards, Mn. N. O. Ball candidate will be Initiatedby Mr. and Mrs. August Heuer and the NORGE has"Quietor"adlout
Mrs Catherine Potter, Mn. S. F Royal Poinclana Grove, Wood-, William Heuer entertained thelatter' justlag device which absorb
Matthew, Mr.. Neff, Mn. Dobbin, men' Circle on Nov. 14 and a son-in-law and daughter torsos!wear,prereat moi*,and
Insure of h
has Lobdell and the hostess citizenship will be givenon musty extra yean quit l
program Mr. and Mr. Conrad A. Spoehr efficient sendee. b '
that date. of.Coconut Grove and their daughter The
3 l rOfrTY ATTEND REDLAND At last week' meeting of the ndam."Qtde&oII"mecito
Peggy, at dinner Tuesday
makes is only see of 6 great fee
HALLOWEEN PARTY grove at the home of Mrs Florence evening.
gem which make the NORGB
If About forty were present at the Pacettl a handkerchief shower -
the mom smrissit,most scoaeaisflsl washer
benefit Halloween party given by was given Mr*. Marie Altaian 1 S. F. Matthews Mi'. and Mr. L yea caa boa,.
b Ladles' Aid,Society of the Red- and Mn. Thelma Radford who
i D. Mn. D. P.Harknes mdMn.
Jand Community Church In the had birthday recently Sandwiches Eds.Mr'AOSre "edet.I'.....irsOoksosueN
Selma Reitz attended a meet .
... .
parsonage Tuesday evening. were served by the UP eaaisrwgre.sw
d I Ing of the Tropical Goat Club of
Coon .....wraw err.micas trey
( Mother poem were pre-
tess.After Florida In Lake Worth Sunday.
tented in pantomime and bobbing the meeting wa over hoI-j See these 6 " dsoawatsd

or apples and other game were I Needs Branch, president of The Woman' Auxiliary of the e..,. Ut a NORGI fcyAwtf sot you M

F 'enjoyed. social circle called a Episcopal Church will hold Its district tie NORGI....Plea.
Cookie and punch were served elect officer Mrs Pacettl was
meeting West Palm Beach
made president; Mr*. Branch vie*'-
j Tuesday. The meeting will open 7
IEDLAND P-T. A. TO HOLD president; and Mrs. Helen Bowden I, rp
at 10:30: a. m.
i OVEMBER MEETING MONDAY secretary and treasurer.
K Mn J. T. B. McElroy. character I I-Ml.-----

( education chairman will pretent i CLASS GIVES PARTY'FOR Made by the makers of NORGE.iRollator 1
the November program for MISS ALICE PENNY : GIRL SCOUT NEWSBy -.-
the Redland P,-T. A. which meet The sophomore class of the Red- RefrigeratorsHOMESTEAD
Mary Arthur, Scribe t
onday evening at S o'clock. Musical land High school gave a farewell I
numbers will be furnished by party Oct. IB for Miss Alice Penny I..NN.NNNNNNNNNNNN .,NNNN.NNNNNNIINNNHINMrs.
the high school and reading will who moved to Coral Gable last Frank Skill held the Oct. NORGE SHOP !
i* given by Marjorie Fogle and week. A hay ride, swimming at 29 meeting at her home. Our
Carol Virginia Lee. the home of Mill Penn,'* mother, party committee reported that
The speaker! will be announced Mn. Sybella Chandler and refreshments I Vera Rheney Is to hold the Halloween t
ter. and game at the homeof party at her home Satur-
I _
Mn A. L. Davis In Could were
ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB I Present wen: Mill Erma Grif-

I;Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Lehman fin, Min Melba Bond, Mill Ethel
entertained the Neighborhood Roberts, Miss Jeanne Calkin,
Bridge Club at their home Tuesday Miss Elizabeth Hainlln Miss Doris
evening. Mr. and 14.... L. B. Price, Miss Doris Mizell Miss Mildred -
Brooker Lumber Co. Inc.
Bommen won the high score prize Cox Miss Margaret Albright,
Tor the club and Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Jack Turner, Richard Verano, ,
Webb the low. Mn. Frank Webb Cohen Leggett, Clement Russell I '
won the high prize for guest and Ernest Campbell Earl Swilley
Frank Webb the low. John B. Graham, Charles Elchen- PHONE 62

Others present were: Mr. and berger, Burton Stlnaon and Mr.
Mn. W. E. Rheney, Mr. and Mr. Lindgren.
W,. R. Bird. Mr. and Mn. Carl ,
Deden and Mr. and Mr*. T. J. 4-H LEADERS ATTEND Everything for the'.r
8" Mn. Fred Redd leader of ,r

PUT NOBLE GRAND NIGHT Homestead High 4-H Club, and ; .
IS OBSERVED BY REBEKAHS Miss Lou Belle Grennell and Miss BUILDERWe :
(Liberty Rebekah Lodge Monday Fern Robertson, assistant leaden
night observed past noble of the elementary school group,
rands' night attended a 4-H leadership meeting
Past noble grands !serving from held in the Church of the Open
Coral Rebekah Lodge No. 13 in Door In Miami Saturday.

Coconut Grow'were: ...... Trella Problem were discussed 4-H .
Kennedy, noble grand; Mr*..Cora folio were brought up to date and '
Russell,secretory; Mr*.Ethel Cultist,' new literature wa given out. Miss
warden; Mn. Ruth Perry, conductor Pansy Norton county home dem- have application blanks for
; Mrs. Alma Kloppell, chap- onstration agent, presided.

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ue for Everglades National Park. 1 ""' ertawal will attend Im a CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
HOMESTEAD IN I which baa several times been saved SERMON TOPICS body. CHURCHNov.
from destruction by the timely t t_ -aerates
FIGHT TO KEEP arrival of our equipment and Evening aermoau "God'sLeader "EverUtllnf ......b_..."
men." the mayor alt hip el People.
Mayor Bird said the city wu Dr. .nillliB will conduct a PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
FIRE ENGINE deeply appreciative of the consideration I-Dr. W. W. Wllllaa school wheel
I Sunday training
will speak al 11 a. m. The departments NeT. 3-Sermons at It and
Mown by AdministratorVan ; .! the Bandar during the week with claaaea 1.31 by Supply raster F.Uln
Hjrntng and Governor to.eth-I school above the primary do1 every evening at T.30. of Orta....
(Continued From Pace One) and would Immediately fet
"The final decision aa to the disposition er the farts and figure suggested.1
of the truck," the
utrator wrote, "must rest ENTERS EMPLOY or BANK I
putts; fleet which eitf .dlftln-I II w. C. Payne, MO at A. A. Payne,1
most; ,aeeond Which cfey president of the flnt National:
able to provide It*own Bank Homestead,began work at
The assignment' to Key West was I a clerk in the bank Monday In
made on the assumption that the I;preparation to five better service
densely populated area made adequate I to the bank't patrons when the I
fire fighting equipment eaaentlal seasonal null begins aa crop
and on the Information at 'come on and payrolls must be Who Discovered'It?
my disposal, which was to the effect I I'taken care of. '
that Key West U totally unable I II
to purchase any such equipment ,
for IU own uat. 'I By BRUCE B. BREWER
'' If I am correctly Informed:II I
We have added
a complete -
both Key Weal and Homestead are Vice-president, Ferry-Hanly Advertising Co.
faced with the tame situation by I line of
the Insurance underwriters. I
"In order to be wholly fair In the;I
matter the only thing that I can!i
suggest la that you present me with
careful facts and figures concernIng I LARROPoultry "I was a printer's devil some 20 yean ago on a small city
the situation! and I shall get'
the lime Information from Key, weekly. It was a hard job for the editor-owner to sell advertising
WeaL The city that need the Feedto
truck moat on the basis of these in those days. Merchants simply didn't believe in it. ,
facts wit have to be the city that
sets IL"Motor i!!
Bird yesterday expressed our present stock of
the belief that Homestead had "About fifteen years ago the small city weekly was, 'dis

every tion of sound the truck.argument He called for reten-attention covered'. Advertising men in the city advertising agencies began

the to only the fire-fighting fact that Homesteadhas organize FULOPEPPoultry ] 'trying out' the country newspaper field. Gradually they found

tion and equipment In the territory out that the small city weekly, with its advantage of being read
between Key West and South'
Miami and Is called on to answer, Feed from cover to cover, with its relatively few pages of competing
fire calls In an area that makes
up In distance what it lacks In advertising, was an excellent buy for national advertisers. Noneof

density tremendously of population."A 'Important. consideration -; 0 0 0 this advertising Was bought on sentiment, none of it was

too, Is the fact that'' purchased to support the paper. It was bought for just one
without two fire engines-and the
equipment-the city Is absolutely Homestead unable to buy fire i j Hector Supply Co. reason-IT PAID.

department will no longer be able\'
to answer fire alarms sent In Homestead Fla.
Royal>.1m State Park the trorr"1 I "The local merchants had not 'discovered' the value of" .. .

advertising space in the small city weekly. The very men who .

should have known I its value, did not, for the very simple reason

DR.B.E.GATLINDentist II DOWNGOES : they had not used it enough to find out about it.

Ii I ")Iany small city merchants the
Office in Hausman BIdg. THE PRICE OF I are passing up today
opportunity to use the productive columns of the weekly newspaper -

Phone 83 I t SHAVING COMFORT; to sell their goods more cheaply, more quickly, more prof


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I r Your advertkement. in the Leader-Enterprise goes to every

Dentist a part of Homestead's trade territory, into the homes of READERS


Upstairs faktitrHA SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND WANT TO READ IT. They wantto

Office Hours 8:30- 4:30 read the news and the advertisements-jour advertisement

OPEN EVENINGS I II and those of the other business houses of their home: town.

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O eMe lour ta paw with shesasomwomemolProb.kJtmioe f

I" _die remarkable. new double.s
edge sane bb*.TU"of hiYw
DR.R.S.AKERS I .*t ti kM, Bootbluifor
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DENTIST I, sale J5X. .' wander Your advertisement will bring you profitable
bow sack IM wades CM keaaU
Offlt Hoarai 9a.e.isaV.a. I .fee M time SMMT.pnUk jt
Knndar I le it I f jMiee b die pradncie returns when you place it in
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; November I, 1935. THE_LEADER ENTERP lSE race Eleven

. I fo Seek Seasonal Hiding Place FEAR CANAL 100 --

Of Mullet Waters of Florida CLASSIFIED ADS I


J itewood, Oct. 30 ms-' swered right. Therefore, I let him RATE: First Insertion 19# a HIM; aut/ aq a.t IgNrtkaa
ig with official of the Baas 1 pas*. WATER\ FLOWContinued M a line l,
logical Institute, Prafaaaor DarHarutrom -' "The tint question was: 'What
1 of Lund University: color I* blue vttrotr He Answered, "
werkn. will spend the winter In i 'PInk.' That time he was wrong. ( From Page One) FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS

f water studying the flabl"l "The other question was: "How question" the speaker said "We
the mullet, the most "' do you make sulphuric add' He should atop to consider seriously FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modern RELIABLE WATCH REPAIRING
_ .. i of the tinny trio*. The answered that he didn't know. whether we, a* Individuals want conveniences. Garage available. W. H. Woods MeCrory Arcade.HEMSTITCHIIIG .
Old question, 'Trom whence That time he was right"- Chaser. the state divided. Mr*. C. W. McEwen. II N. E.I
the mullet come" and "Wherethe Mr. Rob lard touched upon the 14th SL i27t1) while you wait
mullet BO", have never Singer sewing machines nand repairs 1
shortage of school fund and the
FOR RENT-fey the year or for .. ,
answered although thoua- OIIIIIIOII! IIII IIIIIIIIiIIIIIL'HIIIHhIIIIII! Mr Wm. H Booth.acres ,
n I menace of lot machines al problems winter 7-rootn
season nicety from F E C stash
of dollar have been In
pent requiring the careful and
furnished home, screened
effort to find out. The United : alert attention of dtUena. The PIANO TUNING
20 Years porch, fireplace, electric stove.
Rate bureau of fisheries and thelockefcller Ago11111I11I11I1111111111111I1111I11I11111111111111 legislature he said had made it Apply Eva E. Collins, Federal Good used piano for sale ehmp.

Foundation have con- possible for slot machine to be Highway at Biscayne' drive. W. E. Koom 118 N. W. 3rd 81
lucted research In this direction placed "In front of your schools
;1 jftthout reward. I and your children win go hungry FOR SALE WANTED

j Each year the mullet appear andfarlve Ta. fl1.WM.r.* takra wan.beess and take their lunch money to _
for a time only to disappear free 54.. d llw HIS ..... play the machine" MOS WANTED--The UearirrEnterprtoe -
a.......... _11_ III... Illl.FMrttt TROPICAL FRUITS Canister
,I nd no one knows where they 1] r W Santa Bu- I "You might a* well Issue license (egg fruit), calamondln (Pana- will swap cluasHw-d
. ?, tar the Bats Biological Institute : OeL IS, 1915 the one-armed one," the attorney cereus fruit ISo each; ca- wiping rags. 7e a pound allowed -

ptured and tagged several hun-I "Some Seminole said. rtaa (Natal plum), lie qt; for clean rags white or color
.' 4'fd{ mullet, offering $1 reward In town a few days Indian were Other guests who spoke briefly, guavas, Sc lb; orange, SOc dot ed. Knit underwear preferred
"J y for every tag returned with information I fresh venison. The ago selling were L. M. Graves, past district Mrs. Geo W. Koeel, Rodland Rd.
as to where found, but i Indian are deputy; governor, J. P. Caldwell and Plummer Dr, RTD Box 181. WANTED: RepreeenUUvc to kskafter
allowed to shoot deer
only a few were returned and ,' any time past district governor, and Judge our msgailne subscription
these came from neighboring wat- but cltfeen "must respect the Daniel P. Galen, an of Miami I FOR SALE-Iron wheel wagon, 12 Interests In Homestead and Mdnitjr. -
Science' knows nothing of)I closed season. i iI Beach, and O. W Gold his son,' inch treed, UactorMiltrli. Fine Our plan enable you to
,I : mullet's breeding habit and I i I-"H.I H. Ewing ha the trailer to Thorn, and Dr. S. E. Mlsne' *fj for low soft land. Preston Lee secure a good part of the hundreds -
it to believed that IT thta Inforna.J I this I Ford In operation now and Miami. i jE I Goulds. (poll> of dollars spent la this vicinity -
tlon could be gained much might Il brlngsthe Longvlew'school children Two piano selections were platel ,-, each fall and winter formaluln.

., be accomplished in Increasing I I to town every we.k-daj." by Dr. E. Donald of Miami,ind TOMATO, pepper broctoll plant ... Oldest agency In the
,I uctlon aiding commercial -"J. U. Free will have from 1J to Harry Vanderllndon also of Miami C. F. Talbot Richard road and U. S. Guaranteed lowest rnt-son
lhtnnen and providing cheap 'I',: 20 acre In tomatoes and beans I| sang two baritone solos, with Silver Palm drive. (olltf) all periodicals, domestic IIndfo..ll '
God for the nation I this winter. Last year he had five piano accompaniment by Dr. Don- Instructions and equip-
Professor Hanstrom will be ..Idi i!! acres In partnership with Mr. Bur- ald. The Frailer sister of Coco- FOR SALE-living room suite! and ment free. Start a growing and

J by a corps of ttslstaritt land has,, ton. Cues he'. getting ready for I nut Grove sang several election Ice box, 50 lb. capacity. N. J. permanent business In who or
'red the two masted schoon. | another big trip next summer." Hiss Helen West of Homesteadgave Fleming. N. W. 2nd St. (pnl) spare time. Address MOORE-
*t. Virginia for his expedition. He -"While it was truly a Miami two readings. COTTRELL, Inc.. Wayland
work under; the auspices of I Day and Mlamiam turned out to I RIP RAP POINTERS ready to Road North Cohocton, N. Y.

the Rockefeller foundation and inseoperation a man, woman and child Homestead I LEGAL NOTICES hunt Edwin Vlhlen.
with the local Institute. I to the south, was wen represented I REAL ESTATEREAL
U Uw cost tk* CwMr ,*..* ..... BEDSTEAD mattress, pillows
I spring -
Dr. Hanstrom Is the first In the welcoming of the s rtwhu ESTATE-Those who wantto
reign[ scientist to work at theo distinguished party, says the Miami IN S.I KltTATl OF JOHN i. RAMLON. bedding, drapes, dishes, buy or sell Redland District
P.H1.IJ Dan c-,.. N ISM.
Laboratory;; which already Herald of last Monday, Two T. An OMtan. ....._ DMrikMM.AntaM .,,dAN other household good. J. F. real estate will find up-to-date
r_ ...... Dychea, Redland. (nl)
ha* been conducting investigations big car were filled with businessmen Said _...Clair Do listing In our office. Many of
la sponge dlsaescf, oyster parasites of Homestead In these Y.. ..4 cask ft PM ..* a.WMd these listings are still at subnormal -
and other marine problems.A ear were: Postmaster L. R. Nix and waded !. pram say .- ... ... FREIGHT TRAILER first class prices. We shall
------- on, A. R. Livingston, the civil engineer _Mdl,."disk Uw MUM I" .c.,HlMT job.ft J.rm...tsar-be"Is" condition. 3091 Utopia Court date either your Inquiries appre-or s
Bright Bey of the Model Land Company 1.( "_I, Dtt CmCmtr .,.. r1.rN.. be the Coconut Grove, Phone BaTYI-
the story Ii going around about ,..... ., (te* c-atp, ,......... d 414. (nltf) your listing, all of which will
and Mrs. Livingston; J. C. I bto drift tm ..k. CM MMM M Utaxt. have our best attention. Now M
a football player In a small collegewas Sweeny, cashier of the Bank of, rtarU, ."",.. ...... mtmtttm from Ik.
the time to buy. B. W. Morris
unaually dumb. To the : UM W ... tiedNtesttee mt this Milm FOR SALE- -room house with ,
Homestead; Acting Mayor J. D. .. .. ._ associated with H. A. Cameron
U tUlM a MMi W b* Hi andtt..nSod now -
>rise of everyone he passed all Redd former fviuM.' .e ran will WS bath, garage. Inquire LeaderEnterprise. -
; Mayor B. F. Tstum r
N. W. 1st St. In Citizens
bt his work, 1nl1DcI1n,'1I\e father .. Tkipwr 1IS4 law W UNSUM (nl-IS
and S. J:. Livingston
president of
1 *t rhiXte for UM roar IMT Bank Bldl- Phone,2ACaEAGE .
tut chemistry course, thereby becoming the Homestead Chamber of Com- Dears ,"->n 14. l.'".
eligible for the big game. LAURA A. HANLON. Am!>iMnrtri.. POINSETTIAS-double and single -
merce. .. .... .. .. .. AND MOVES
(fc II. It 0. IU IS. Ml N. I.m Fred Vlhlen.
i |S One ot.thq Instructors asked the -- any quantity. CHARLES L BROOKS specializes
chemistry professor how it was Cal-6) Iq Redlands properties.

possible that he passed chemistry. Purchaser are In MIAMI ao
The chemistry professor said: "I BARRELS suable for spray barrels -
list with a broker you know to
decided that I would let him pas NO BARGAINS- 1. F. DyeKes. Redland road, be a REDLANDS BOOSTER.

M he answered BO per cent of the opposite post office. (nl-13) Send your listing with legal s

question correctly. CATERPILLAR TEN tractor for description of land. price, terms
j' (i "I asked him two question*-one There are no bargains in Insurance. Insurance sale. Frank Bemecker Jr., etc. Send postal and I will rail;
be answered wrong, one he an- Krome .avenue and Silver Palm or give full Information to J. R.
is service of is basedon
a indemnity. The cost
road. :' Edward losses and experience. When the cost is cheap- CHARLES I. BROOKS
Stiling LEGAL NOTICESIN 128 N. E. first St. Miami
J Real Estate ened the protection is weakened. with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.

IN the District Cowl of toe U.IW Stale.Seat" .
General Insurance When you buy your insurance through this District d ,_. 11I11 act
f f FLORIDA _, N..
will get money's worth in sound THIS MATTE OF, 1. C. Ml'LLIW.
1 agency you your
Car. PaIns AT*. and Lee B I Debtor
See and Drive the
the services Nato of lint Morose of crolitars 1 INProawlap
I protection plus of agent
a competent
roe a .,......,..... w Jta,.

in your community who can properly advise you T..e,.. _. at I. ti...... at
! :NEWT G. BALL : TWDMrtrt': C..b 99,404% ..ndsou 1936 PLYMOUTHS
on insurance matters-as well as assist you in ,.. ./ IterdaNotts.
I. (MXd .. -. that w the rue
1foearr Public case of loss. ., Or'"Wr, I9": tow Peak" .t tl..
red I. C 1111I11.. ge.ehe 11,04 1M be .
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